Centennial Centennial Art Exhibit:
Call for Entries

By Hebrew College


Remember, Renew, Reimagine:
Hebrew College at 100

Hebrew College is mounting an exhibition in celebration of its centennial year, entitled, “Remember, Renew, Reimagine.”

In keeping with the mission of the school: Reimagining Jewish learning and leadership for an interconnected world, this exhibition will center on Torah, reflecting a variety of inspirations from its teaching, traditions, and rituals. Integrating Hebrew College’s permanent art collection in the exhibition will be part of our Centennial celebration honoring the past, rejoicing in the present, and envisioning the future.

Artists are invited to submit works in a variety of media. The curators will select works that demonstrate how artists in the Hebrew College community are actively “Remembering, Renewing and Reimagining” the tradition through the visual arts (2D and 3D), poetry, music, and performances.

The exhibition will be presented in the Cutler Atrium of the College from April 1 to June 15, 2022. A variety of related programs will be offered throughout the length of the exhibit.

All framing, video equipment, and auditory accessories will be provided by the artist. Each artist is responsible for all shipping costs to and from Hebrew College. All insurance is covered by the artist.

Submission Requirements

A digitized file of your work of art labeled in the following manner: Last Name, First Name, Name of Artwork

  • Dimensions of the media
  • Description of the media
  • A short (100 words) artist’s statement about the work
  • A brief description of how the artist is connected to Hebrew College and its programs

Deadline for Submission

Please submit works for consideration by FEBRUARY 1, 2022 to arts@hebrewcollege.edu. Questions also may be submitted to this address.

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