Deutser Art Gallery
Our Deutser Art Gallery is a non-profit exhibition and education space created to promote awareness, appreciation and interest in visual arts, reflecting the diversity of the Jewish people.
Jerusalem: Art and Mystery
Oct 16–Dec 6, 2019
Jerusalem: Art and Mystery is a photographic exhibition by Viviana Tagar, photographer and architectural journalist. It presents the importance of the capital for the people of the three monotheistic religions in an artistic and unique way and depicts the daily life of Jerusalem.
Tagar is published regularly in top architectural magazines. Her photographs are widely exhibited in Israel and abroad and have gained special recognition in South America.
The Secret Life of Trees
Jan 6–Feb 21, 2020
Meet the Artist Reception: Jan 6
We are only just beginning to understand and appreciate the secret life of trees. Trees or people, we are all in it together. Trees live in community with each other, and with their environment. So do human beings. An exhibit to coincide with the holiday of Tu B’Shevat, artist Julianne Kelley expresses and shows the web of connections and relationships among humans and non-humans. A walk in the woods is a reminder that none of us walks alone.
Adult Visual Arts Showcase
Feb 28–Apr 3, 2020
Reception | Sunday, March 15, 2020
The Adult Spring Visual Arts Showcase celebrates the work created by the painting/drawing and ceramic students at the J. Students develop their artistic talents in the J’s classes that incorporate their interests.
J Teen Art Scene
Art Exhibition by Local Teens
Apr 13–May 15, 2020
Reception and Awards Ceremony Sunday, Apr 19, 2020
Join us as we celebrate Jewish teen art from around the community with a month-long visual arts exhibit that kicks off with a Grand Opening Showcase. Submit art and performance applications online at erjcchouston.org/jteen.
Monday–Thursday | 10:00 AM–10:00 PM
Friday & Sunday | 9:00 AM–5:00 PM
Exhibits are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.
For more information about the Deutser Art Gallery, please contact Amy Rahmani at email@example.com or 713.595.8197.