Temple Beth Miriam’s Hineinu Initiative will host its first community-wide art exhibit/show. The juried-selected works, thematically consistent with the fall holiday period, will open just prior to Selichot and close by early November after Simchat Torah.

“The artwork media to be displayed will include paintings, drawings, pastels and photography, and will provide an opportunity for TBM members as well as the art community to share their work while at the same time enhancing the warmth and welcoming atmosphere of our Temple. It will also provide the opportunity for art sales of the works of art that will benefit our congregation as well as the artists," said event chair Renee Freedman.

Beth Miriam President Harry Silverman added that “This ambitious undertaking will be an enhancement of our Temple’s commitment to be warm and welcoming for its members, visitors and potential new members. It’s wonderful to have a new member step forward to lead this initiative!”. He joined Renee’s call for interested volunteers to contact Renee with their interest in serving on one of the Days of Awe Exhibit’s committees. These committees will include Temple members and Arts community members.

A Wine and Cheese reception to open the show will take place in early September, and the $18 entrance fee for the opening night also covers the artists’ submission fee for up to 6 pieces to be juried.

Please e-mail Renee if you are interested in showing your artwork and/or volunteering at tillyhugo6@gmail.com