Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council

Rimon (ri-MṐN) 1. Hebrew for pomegranate 2. Ancient symbol of fruitfulness and abundant good deeds 3. The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council founded in 1995.


Rimon’s new visual arts public mentorship program

Designed for anyone—beginner or experienced artist–who has started (or would like to start) a project and is looking for critical feedback on their creative practice. Participants in the mentorship program will meet twice with the mentor, Avigail Manneberg, who will help the participants identify the essence of their work and strengthen their project’s impact, both in skill and concept.

Deadline to apply is June 30. This is offered free of charge to the participants. Interested? Contact the Rimon office at rimon@sabesjcc.org or 952-381-3449.

Avigail Manneberg is a Minneapolis-based artist. She works in varied media, such as painting, drawing, video, and performance. Avigail received a Bachelor in Design from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem in 2006 and an MFA from the University of Minnesota in 2012. Since then, she has been teaching studio arts at the University of Minnesota and at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her work at galleries, universities, and museums in the USA and in Finland, Berlin, Cyprus, Beijing, and Israel. Her work focuses on themes of identity, migration, and memory.

Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council
Sabes Jewish Community Center
Jay and Rose Phillips Building
The Barry Family Campus
4330 South Cedar Lake Road
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55416

Phone: 952-381-3449
Email: rimon@sabesjcc.org

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