Art Classes & Workshops

Zack Gallery

REGISTER NOW

Art Workshops

NEW Tu B’Shevat : Tree Of Life Art Workshop
Trees occupy a special place in Jewish thought. They transform the earth and are capable of supporting other forms of life such as animals and humans. Trees have roots and they grow ever expanding: similar to our own spirit.

Express your creativity in this playful workshop led by Vancouver Artist Lori Goldberg and let her guide you through a step by step process in how to paint a tree . Embellish with color, collage images creating your own personal Tree of Life celebrating the beauty of yourself and the  power of the tree.
No experience or lots of experience - everyone welcome. All materials supplied.
INSTRUCTOR: LORI GOLDBERG
Mo  Jan 25  7:00pm-9pm       1936          
Member Value Price: $55 + gst; 
Regular Price: $65 + gst


NEW Visual Midrash - a creative way of understanding Jewish texts
We will study Torah, midrashim and art, engage in lively discussions and make our own artistic interpretations, using visual art techniques. Topics include The Book of Exodus.
No experience required: just willingness to experiment.

TEXT STUDY with scholar Matthew Gindin mgindin.wordpress.com
ART STUDY with Seattle artists Robin Atlas   49thstreetstudio.com  and Nancy Current   ncurrent.com

Tu 7:00-8:30pm    1938
Jan 12, 26, Feb 9, 23, Mar 8, 22
Member Value Price: $120
Regular Price:  $150


Music, Art, Poetry & Dance in the Gallery

Works in Glass

Tu Mar 1, 7:00-9:00pm          
Free admission
To accompany "Hidden"  by  Olga Campbell and Larry Green
Host: Timothy Shay
Music Feature: Amanda Hartley
Poets: David Shewell, Amanda Wardrop, Lisa Shatzky, Susan McCaslin, Jennifer Zilm, Leslie Timmons, Warren Dean Fulton

Tu Mar 29, 7:00-9:00pm        
Free admission
To accompany “Winter Paintings: the Figure in and on the Landscape”  by Ian Penn
Host: Fran Bourassa
Feature: Jude Neale 
Thomas Beckman (violist)
Poets: Bonnie Quan Simmons, Leanne Boschman, Una Bruhns, Ray Hsu, Alan Girling, Rosemary Nowicki

There will be an open mic time when members of the audience will be given an opportunity to write and then read poems they have written that relate to the exhibition.

Presented by the Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery in collaboration with Pandora’s Collective and the Isaac Waldman Jewish Public Library. Made possible by the Yosef Wosk Poetry Initiative Grant