An Art Exhibition and Symposium of Jews and Rock N Roll @CKI       The Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery 603 St John Place Brooklyn, NY 11238

JEWS AND ROCK : An Art Exhibition and Symposium

JEWS AND ROCK go hand in hand. Since the inception of Rock N Roll in the 1950s the Jewish people have influenced and been an active participant in the creation of this music genre. The Art Exhibit will display an array of exceptional paintings, drawings, prints and photographs from around the world. The Symposium will feature panel discussions with graphic artists, authors and selective music talent. Loud bands are being scheduled to perform on select dates. Warning: Bring your own ear plugs!  


Congregation Kol Israel was built in 1924 and is on the National Registry of Historic Places. It is the oldest continuously running Orthodox shul in Brooklyn. All proceeds from the event will go to help preserve and restore this historic landmark.

The Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery at CKI is a project of the shul's that showcases and supports Jewish art and artists from around the world.

Congregation Kol Israel is also the proud organizer of the Jewish Comic Con. 

Admission =  February 10th = $15 and March 2nd = $10. Free admission all other dates. Please contact Fred Polaniecki for visitation by appointment only @ Hours: Sunday - Thursday, closed Friday and Saturday

"There's a saying in the Talmud, for every blade of grass there is an angel that watches over it, saying, 'Grow, grow.'"