The Secrets of Israel's Success: Innovation and Technology

“The Secrets of Israel’s Success:                                   Innovation and Technology”
Sunday, June 25 at 3:00 p.m.

Innovation comes comes in all shapes and mediums. From scientific discoveries and economical breakthroughs to literature and technology. But when you think of landslide accomplishments and notable awards, Israel may not be at the front of your mind. Jewish tradition and business ideals have formed the Israeli work ethic and shaped generations of great minds like Theodor Herzl, playwright and political activist and David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister. 

Learn more about Israeli innovations and technology! Join us Sunday, June 25th at 3:00pm in the MBA Library featuring Nir Maor of the Israel Institute of Technology.

Museum of Biblical Arts
7500 Park Lane
Dallas TX  

For more information go to:  Biblical Museum of Art - Innovation and Technology Lecture  

Please join us for the TJAA Annual General Meeting

Please Join Us for
TJAA’s Annual General Meeting
Sunday, May 28, 2017
3:00 to 5:00 p.m.


The Museum of Biblical Arts
7500 Park Ln, Dallas, TX 75225

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We will introduce incoming president Nan Phillips
and the current and new Board Members;
Thank outgoing Board Members;
and give you a run-down of exciting upcoming
TJAA events for 2017

Scott Peck, Executive Director of the Museum of Biblical Arts,
will speak about the new National Center for Jewish Art,
an exciting new initiative for the Museum!
Come meet us and Mingle!

2017 Dues of $36 are Due!
You may pay by cash or check at the General Meeting
or
online by PayPal or Credit Card at: TexasJewishArts.org
or by Mail to:  TJAA, PO Box 833574, Richardson, TX  75083

Let us know if you’re coming to the meeting!
RSVP to Veronique Jonas

Eldad Behar: Israeli Leather Artist Comes to Dallas!

Join us for a special workshop featuring artist

Eldad Behar

from the Western Galilee, Dallas’s Partnership Region.

Eldad works with leather from stamping to actual production of products –

young family man, surfer by morning and artists through the day.

The workshop will offer the chance to make your own leather piece

from book cover to purse and more!

Thursday, May 4, 1.00 pm – 2.30 pm

Aaron Family JCC - Art room

7900 Northaven Rd, Dallas, TX 75230

 

Another FREE offering for The first 15 TJAA members to respond.

RSVP: veronique@ketubah-art.com

This program is offered in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas

Plein Air Painting Inspiration, Observation and Logistics

Join us for a Plein Air Workshop
with
Master Plein Air Artist
Marian Hirsch

FARMERS BRANCH ROSE GARDENS
2610 Valley View Ln

Wednesday, May 10, 9.00am – 3.30 pm

RSVP
veronique@ketubah-art.com

Workshop Fees:  TJAA Member $25     Nonmember $35

Suggested Supply List

The following supply list is a suggestion if you are new to working on location or a check list for those with more experience. Some things are basic – something to paint with (brushes/palette knife), paint, something to paint on ( paper/canvas or panels) and something to hold it so you can apply the paint. We can refine future purchases at the workshop

First off – Things for you: You need to be wearing appropriate clothing – protection from the sun and the wind and the elements.  Note that neutral clothing is essential as the light bounce off of what you are wearing will reflect on the painting surface. Red shirt means red on your art which makes it really hard to judge color in your painting. White is glaring – for your eyes.

PERSONAL: Sun Hat, Sun Screen, Bug Spray, Water/ thermos/ snack, Wipes, Cell Phone

Basic Equipment:

Sketchbook, Pencil/pen, Clips, Eraser, Stool/chair, Easel/and or drawing board, Paper Towels/ Tissues, Plastic Bag ( trash/dirty rags), Pliers (tubes can be hard to open), Painting Umbrella.

Watercolor/Gouache:

Palette filled with Paint, Water container and supply of water, Paper ( Watercolor blocks, or sheets clipped to foam core), Spray Bottle, Watercolor Brushes, Tape

Oil:

Paint, Solvent cup/Brush washer jar, Mineral spirits (Gamsol is ideal), Palette, Oil Brushes, Palette Knife/Paint Scraper, Canvas panels (6x8, 8x10, 11x14), Hand protectant, cream/gloves