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Exhibitions

On View

On display through August 27 in the Ground Level Arts Lab. This exhibition showcases 30 works from the Spertus Institute Collection by artist and activist Ben Shahn. Through his career, Shahn worked to expose injustice and inspire social change.
On display through August 27 in the Ground Level Arts Lab. This exhibition will showcases more than 30 works from the Spertus Institute Collection by artist and activist Ben Shahn. Throughout his career, Shahn worked to expose injustice and inspire social change.

Upcoming Exhibition

Spertus Institute displays new works created by the second cohort of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab. This year-long initiative brought together twelve distinguished local artists for workshops, study, and critiques.
Spertus Institute displays new works created by the second cohort of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab. This year-long initiative brought together twelve distinguished local artists for workshops, study, and critiques.

Online Exhibition

With generous support from the Spitz Foundation, highlights from Spertus Institute's world-class collections of Jewish art and artifacts can now be viewed online from anywhere.
With generous support from the Spitz Foundation, highlights from Spertus Institute's world-class collections of Jewish art and artifacts can now be viewed online, from your computer, tablet, or phone. Enjoy high-resolution photos, informative videos, interactive maps, and rich information for further study.

Past Exhibition

This Ground Level Arts Lab exhibit showcased new works created by Spertus Institute's inaugural cohort of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab, which brought together 12 local artists for workshops, study, and critiques.
This exhibit, the first of a series of temporary displays in the new Ground Level Arts Lab space, showcases new works created by Spertus Institute's inaugural cohort of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab. This year-long initiative brought together twelve distinguished local artists for workshops, study, and critiques. During the course of the program, each participant was charged with creating an artwork or series around the theme of wisdom.