A First Look at the Weitzman’s Reopening

After 26 months of closed doors, the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History opened to the public again on May 13. In addition to...

Historian Accuses NY’s Jewish Museum of Sanitizing Filmmaker’s World War II Record

A historian is accusing the Jewish Museum in New York of distorting the truth about a major artist’s ethically contentious conduct during and after World War II.
Students in masks crowd a table, each one holding a paint brush and blending paint from large bottles.

Drexel Hillel Celebrates Pilot Artist-Educator Residency Program

The pandemic has stolen time from everyone but particularly from college students. A typical four years of community building and connection was abbreviated for...
Philip Cohn is a white man sitting in a share in his studio, a small room filled with paintings, plants and knickknacks.

Painter Creates A Century’s Worth of Art

Ninety-eight-year-old artist Philip Cohn has a rotund gray and white cat that loves to walk figure-eights around his legs and walker. The beloved companion with...
In an open arts space, abstract sculptures made of painted papier-mache and chicken wire are displayed on one side, while embroidered dresses and silver kitchenware are displayed on the other.

InLiquid Exhibit Puts Family Histories in Dialogue

For every thing artists Cheryl Harper and rod jones ii have in common, they seem to have a difference. Harper is a white Jewish woman...

Artist Diane Hark Continues to Paint, Teach

The former she has always done; the latter she picked up later in life Ten or 15 years ago, Diane Hark started teaching watercolor painting...

Weitzman to Install OY/YO Sculpture

The Weitzman announced that it will install Brooklyn-based artist Deborah Kass’ OY/YO sculpture on its grounds

Jewish Art Exhibit at Princeton Canceled Over Ties to Confederacy

Princeton University spent months planning an exhibit of 19th-century American Jewish art before canceling the show because two of its featured artists had supported the Confederacy.JTA
Zo Baker is a white person wearing a purple suit and has curly, shoulder-length hair. They are sitting on a huge green sectional couch.

You Should Know…Zo Baker

Instead of finding a community at graduate school, Zo Baker, 29, found the experience to be rather isolating. While pursuing a master of fine arts...

LAST WORD: Rachel Zimmerman

When Rachel Zimmerman moved to Philadelphia from New York City in the late 1990s, she was a young photographer looking to connect with other...