JCC Fine Art Gallery
A hidden Tucson gem, the JCC Fine Art Gallery has rotating exhibits featuring local and traveling artists. This beautiful space provides members and visitors an extraordinary visual experience. Displayed works include fine art, photography, painting, jewelry, sculpture, textiles, and even children’s art. Shows rotate every four to six weeks. For more information about the gallery or to submit your portfolio for consideration, please contact Lynn Davis 520-299-3000 x106.
Discoveries Unfinished – Works by Christine Zabramny
Peaceful Delight – Paintings by Betty Seery
September 9 – October 9
Artists’ reception Sunday, September 11, 2- 4 p.m.
The Fine Art Gallery at the Tucson J is pleased to present selected artworks from the most recent Mapping Q project.
Mapping Q is an innovative community arts education program where LGTBQ+ youth explore representations of self within art, museums, and the wider community. The program originated with The University of Arizona Museum of Art’s Assistant Curator of Education, Chelsea Farrar, two years ago and has since been honored with local and state-wide awards.
Mapping Q hangs in the main hallway of the Tucson J from August 17 to Sept. 29.
For more information, visit http://www.artmuseum.arizona.edu/mapping-q.
A Palette of Fiber Arts
Oct. 14 – Nov. 20
Come view the eclectic work of the Tucson Handweavers and Spinners Guild. Members’ talents include weaving, knitting, spinning, surface design, felting and book arts, just to name a few. Work on display includes tapestry, soft sculpture, wearables and household items. You can experience more of the Guild’s work at their Reception and Fiber Arts Gala on Oct. 29th. Visit www.thsg.org for more info!
JCC Fine Art Gallery Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday & Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Saturdays and Jewish holidays • All are welcome