JCC Art Galleries
Located on the second floor of the JCC Benderson Family Building, the Bunis Family Art Gallery is a community space providing creative opportunity for local artists to showcase and sell their works. Brightly colored paintings, and intriguing photographs are just examples of the beautiful pieces of art on display throughout the year in the Gallery. Exhibits and receptions in the Bunis Family Art Gallery are free and open to the community. Most work on exhibit is for sale and a portion of the proceeds go to support Cultural Arts programming efforts at the JCC.
Calling all Artists
The gallery provides a creative space for artists to showcase and sell their works. Opportunities are available for two month exhibitions and each new exhibition includes an opportunity for an artist sponsored reception to kick off the exhibit, allowing JCC members and interested community arts patrons the opportunity to meet the artist and learn more about their artistic process and creative goals. Additionally, for some exhibiting artists, workshops, presentations to schools and synagogues, and interactive classes are included. We are currently seeking works on paper, photographs, paintings and textiles. No 3-D accepted at this time.
To submit, please send the following via email to email@example.com: 4-10 images, along with resume, biography of the artist and details for the pieces that the artist is submitting (Title, Year, Dimensions, Medium, Price). Selected artists will be responsible for delivery, installation and de-installation of the artists' work. Submissions are reviewed year-round for future exhibitions.
Current Gallery Exhibit
July 5 – August 31, 2018: Annual Adult Student Art Show - Mixed Media Group Exhibit
Bunis Family Art Gallery at the Benderson Family Building
Artwork from students in adult art class at the JCC, taught by Sonia Gellman Young. Artists include Susan Gellman, Rebecca Camhi, Elaine Brody, Regis O’Connor, Janet Frankel, Terri Daley, Deborah Boehm, Linda Regan, Irving Sultz, Shirley Wilinsky and Gail Pitterman.
August 15 – October 31, 2018: Photography Caravan – Images of Jewish Buffalo
Art Gallery at the Holland Family Building
This exhibit is a showcase of photographs taken by members of the community who participated in a day long photography workshop with Israeli artist-in-residence, Asaf Elkalai.
Participants: Barbara Chazen, Larry Cohen, Brenda Feldstein, Ellen Goldstein, Gretchen Gross, Leslie Kramer, Cheryl Pleskow and Katie Wzontek.
Please joins us for a free Opening Reception Sunday, August 19 from 3:30 in the Holland Family Building.