September 7 – October 12
“These works depict the impact of the transient processes and the traces they leave on communities, places, buildings and people, where the external environment bears the markings of accumulated human impact, and at times disrupted by external influences and rapid pace of change. Therefore, while some paintings depict ruins which are fading and shifting, other works depict widely emerging landscape of development and dynamism. ” – Sorour Abdollahi
ILLUSTRATION: Dreamscape V
Ot (A Letter)
Esther Tennenhouse and Joel Klassen
October 14 – November 12
Esther Tennenhouse will take us on a multimedia trip through history, Jewish tradition, the prairies, and the Hebrew alphabet with the help of her son Joel. Bound to move, uplift and inspire, this exhibition will show us a view we’ve never seen.
ILLUSTRATION: Hebrew letter
Featuring Rachel Mars, Ariel Martz-Oberlander, KlezKanada
November 6 – 20
Live-streamed welding! Performances! Workshops to make your own storytelling Crankie box! For two weeks the gallery joins forces with the Chutzpah! Festival to mesh performance and art to make something inventive and interactive. Keep an eye out for events!
ILLUSTRATION: Rachel Mars Welding
The Affordable Art Show
An Art & Craft Group Exhibition and Sale
November 22 – December 29
Ten artists and craftspeople showing their work, and every piece $250 or less. Come be a collector! Collect gifts for others! This show promises to be diverse and exciting in every way.
ILLUSTRATION: Minori Takagi necklaces
The Gallery is Looking for Docents
The Docent Program will be a group of trained volunteers who function as part time gallery docents. Those interested in being docents will be trained by the Gallery Director in late summer or early fall, and, once trained, will receive a briefing on all exhibits. Docents will average one four hour shift a week. A docent calendar will be managed by the Gallery Director. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, and to sign up to participate.
Call for Visual Artists
The Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery at the JCC of Greater Vancouver invites artists of all ages, religions, cultures, career stages, and backgrounds to submit proposals for exhibitions in 2024. Proposals for art of any medium (performance, mixed media, 2-D and 3-D visual arts, digital and film etc.) will be accepted. Individual and group shows will be considered.
To submit a proposal, please fill out this Google Form by September 30, 2023.
COPYRIGHT: Each artist owns the copyright in his/her respective images. These images may not be copied, modified, duplicated or used in any way without the express prior written consent of the artist.