Past Exhibits

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Alexander Kanchik: Jewish Life and Folk Tales

Show Extended Until December 1, 2013
Brodsky Fine Arts Gallery and Second Floor Special Exhibition Gallery

Born in Moldova, Kanchik’s paintings and sculpture envision village life in Russia, as well as illustrate the short stories written by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Kanchik’s work is colorful and humorous; populated by merchants and rabbis, fairies and fools, and even vampires and mummies. 

The pieces in the exhibition are available for...

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Alexander Calder: Abstraction/Creation

Mezzanine Gallery
Now – February 2, 2014

Sept. 29-Feb. 2Mezzanine Gallery • Alexander Calder, a one-time engineering student who moved to Paris to become an artist, became an international sensation with his creation and development of abstract mobiles (hanging sculpture) Stabiles (floor mounted mobiles) and paintings. The twelve lithographs in this exhibit, La Mémoire Élémentaire, were created in the 1970s and are a perfect example of the sense of line and color that made Calder famous. The community is invited...

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The Sexuality Spectrum

Brodsky Fine Arts Gallery and Second Floor Special Exhibition Gallery
Due to Popular Demand Extended until April 23

The Sexuality Spectrum offers a groundbreaking exploration of sexual orientation through the creativity of over fifty international contemporary artists. Artists including Judy Chicago, Joan Snyder, Arthur Tress, Archie Rand, Albert Winn, Trix Rosen, Joan Roth, and Mark Podwal explore a broad range of subjects: the evolving social and religious attitudes toward sexuality; issues of alienation, marginalization, and inclusion; the impact on the family, child-rearing, and life stages; violence and persecution; AIDS/HIV; and the influence of...

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Eighth Annual Purim Mask Invitational

Mezzanine & Education galleries
March 23 – April 20, 2014

Beginning on Sunday, March 16, hundreds of masks created by Tulsa area school children will once again fill the galleries at The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art as part of the Eighth Annual Purim Mask Invitational. The masks are juried by a panel of local art experts in six separate age divisions with all masks competing for the "Best of Show" award. Prizes for the student artists range from gift cards to $50 cash for...

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Theodore Fried: Pivotal Moments in 20th Century Art

Mezzanine, Brodsky & Second Floor Galleries

June 8  – September 7, 2014 • Born at the beginning of an era in both art and politics, Theodore Fried was a talented young artist whose career intersected with the major movements in modern art during the 20th century. From Paris in the 1920s to New York after WWII, Fried was a member of the School of Paris and the Society of Modern Painters and Sculptors in New York. The survival of his talent...

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Miller Kids: Find in Fried

Miller Kids Family Art Workshop: Find in Fried
Sunday, June 22 at 1 p.m

Miller Kids Family Art Workshop: Find in Fried • Sun., June 22 • 1 p.m. • Join us for an hour of family fun exploring the Theodore Fried exhibit in this interactive workshop. A scavenger hunt through the exhibit will challenge children as they search for objects to Find in Fried while exploring Pivotal Moments in 20th Century...

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Leonard Nimoy: Secret Selves

Sanditen Gallery

Both fans of Fine Art Photography and fans of Star Trek will be thrilled to see this acclaimed exhibit of Leonard Nimoy’s photography, Secret Selves. Due to his fame as Spock on Star Trek, Nimoy, an accomplished photographer who became an expert in dealing with another identity in his life, decided to investigate hidden identities—secret selves. He called for volunteers to participate in a session in which they revealed their secret selves, whether by costume,...

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The Many Faces of Jerusalem

Brodsky & Second Floor Galleries

In 2012 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, the Israel Quilters Association put out a call to artists world-wide to attend the conference and to enter a quilt to be shown in an exhibit to be held during the conference.  The exhibit, titled The Many Faces of Jerusalem, was exhibited on the BYU campus on the Mount of Olives, and is coming to the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art in October 2014. The Quilts chose Jerusalem...

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Ancient Ways: Modern Forms

February 5-April 2, 2015

February 5-April 2, 2015

Opening Reception: February 12

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is pleased to present the new exhibition Ancient Ways: Modern Forms, An Exploration of Related Experience in Native American and Jewish Cultures by Oklahoma Native Artists. This exhibit features the works of Cherokee treasures Jane Osti and Martha Berry, as well as works from the members of the Southeast Indian Artists Association, who created works that touch on traditions and related experiences...

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