This museum is inside the historic Congregation Rodeph Shalom, in a dedicated gallery space. It features several exhibits a year that are professionally curated, are always interesting and often provocative. The opening night usually includes a lecture by the artist and sometimes an art professional such as a curator. Although I think "Jewish art" means different things to different people, you should put this on your list of places to go. If you have not seen the synagogue sanctuary, that is also a visual treat.
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