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The J's Under One Roof community art exhibit celebrates the festival of Sukkot and features artwork designed by groups and individuals around their interpretation of a central theme. 

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Overview

Join in celebration of Israel at 75 and 10 years of Under One Roof this fall as we mark the festival of Sukkot* with the Under One Roof community art exhibit, featuring artwork designed by groups and individuals that speak to their interpretation of the central theme, Continuity. 
 

L’dor v’dor, from generation to generation, and from year to year we grow and strengthen our community. The artworks in the 2022 Under One Roof exhibit will explore the threads of connection from our past to our present. 

The Under One Roof Sukkah Art Exhibit will be on display in the community sukkah, a temporary structure, in the Mayerson JCC courtyard. Visit the sukkah exhibit anytime during regular business hours from October 9 – 20. 

Under One Roof is made possible by presenting sponsor Rockwern Charitable Foundation. This program is funded in part by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. 

*Sukkot is the Jewish festival giving thanks for the fall harvest. It also commemorates the 40 years of the Israelites wandering in the desert after Sinai. It is also the Hebrew word for the temporary structures built to celebrate the holiday. 

Under One Roof Artist Statement Submission

If you are participating in the Under One Roof Sukkah Art Exhibit, please submit your statement below. Scroll down this page to check out more events happening for Under One Roof!

Thank you to our generous Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor:

Rockwern Charitable Foundation

Annual Arts & Ideas Sponsors:

The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation

The Rockwern Charitable Foundation

Susan S. Friedlander

Jean E. Feinberg

Jen & John Stein

Meet the Team

The Under One Roof Art Exhibit is coordinated by Mayerson JCC staff, with contributing artists from both the Jewish community and broader Cincinnati community. 

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