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...
Colorful blue tiles are split by a dark row of tiles. Above them, white three-dimensional tiles create swirls.

Interactive Mosaic Exhibit Encourages Diverse Interpretations

Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but for Rabbi Gila Ruskin, she hopes the beholder sees more than just beauty in...

Art Exhibit to Honor Faces of COVID Victims

Like most people, RA Friedman was mostly stuck at home due to COVID in June 2020. Except Friedman didn’t cope with Netflix binge sessions or...
Stuart Weitzman, a white man wearing a jacket and khaki pants, stands on a short stage in front of an audience to his right. A large screen projecting his talk is behind him.

Stuart Weitzman Gift Gives NMAJH Second Wind

Twenty months after the National Museum of American Jewish History filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the museum’s spell of bad fortune has seemingly ended. The...
Two large, purple walls filled with text and pictures are displayed on NMAJH's virtual tour.

NMAJH Digitizes Core Exhibits in Virtual ‘Revolution’

The National Museum of American Jewish History launched a virtual tour of its core exhibit on Nov. 14, digitizing the museum’s permanent exhibits across...

‘Golem’ Considers Death, Associated Jewish Rituals

At the Old City Jewish Arts Center, playwrights and theater artists Logan Gabrielle Schulman and Benjamin Behrend are trying something new: an art exhibition. For...

Barnes Show Emphasizes Jewish Painter’s Influence

The first paintings one sees upon entering “Soutine / de Kooning: Conversations in Paint,” on view at the Barnes Foundation are Chaïm Soutine’s “View of the Village."

NMAJH Leads Jewish American Heritage Month

May is Jewish American Heritage Month, and the National Museum of American Jewish History is enmeshed in the nationwide annual education project it began...

‘Pop Art Rabbi’ to Install Sukkah Project

There was a time when Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, known as The Pop Art Rabbi, wondered if he should continue to paint. His dedication to the...