Fine Art Gallery
One of Tucson’s best kept secrets
Renovated in 2018, the Gallery is the perfect place to sit alone or gather with friends. Many pieces are for sale.
The Gallery hosts multiple exhibitions every year, ranging from solo artist shows, to historical multi-media exhibits and touring shows from museums and galleries around the world. A public space, the Gallery welcomes thousands of people each week, young and old, Jewish and non-Jewish. All visitors can engage with the images and ideas expressed in this unique public space.
Visit the Gallery
The Sculpture Garden, Garden of Hope, and Fine Art Gallery are open to the public during the J’s regular hours of operation and during our monthly Second Sunday: Fine Art & Sculpture Event. Tours with our curator are available by appointment. Please email email@example.com to schedule a tour.
Monday – Thursday 5 AM – 8:30 PM l Friday 5 AM – 6 PM l Saturday-Sunday 7 AM – 6 PM
The Second Sunday of each month, August – April, serves as an opening for each show in our 2022-2023 Fine Art Gallery Season. This is a time to stop by the gallery and peruse the art, chat with the artist or listen in on an artist talk, enjoy a refreshment and be in the company of other art appreciators in our community. Second Sundays events fall on the following dates:
August 14 | September 11 | November 13 | December 11 | January 8 | February 12 | March 12 | April 9 |
2022-2023 Gallery Season
Beauty of the Sonoran Desert
On display Aug 5 - Sep 16
Presented by Tucsonan artists …
A Celebration of Sculpture
On display Sep 21 - Oct 25
Presented by Tucsonan Artists …
Meet the Southern Arizona Arts Guild
On display Nov 1 - Dec 16
Presented by Southern Arizona Arts Guild
On display Dec 21 - Jan 30
Presented by FASA, Fiber Artists of Southern Arizona
The Tucson Handweavers and Spinners Guild: Celebrating Five Decades of Fiber Arts and Friendship
On display Feb 2 - Feb 26
Tucson Portrait Stories
On display Feb 28 - April 10
Presented by Lauri Kaye
Art as Storytelling
On display April 14 - May 17
Presented by local Holocaust Survivors and their families
Sports + Wellness Gallery
The J is also home to a collection of work by Tucson artist Lauri Marks Kaye, which lives in our Sports and Wellness hallway. This work, part of the “Portrait Stories” series, is a unique and vibrant blend of desert life, eclectic and passionate people, fascinating history and endless opportunity.