Exhibitions and Collections

Permanent Collections

  • Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain, NY

  • William J. Dane  Special Collections Newark Public Library, Newark NJ

  • The Arts and The Military, Takoma Park, MD/George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

  • Derfner Judaica Museum/Hebrew Home. Riverdale, NY

  • The Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, New York, NY

  • Dakota State University, Madison South Dakota

  • University of North Dakota Art Collections Living Museum

  • Památník Terezín / Terezín Memorial Museum

  • Terezin, Czech Republic

  • The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, Washington, DC

  • Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg, FL.

  • Europos Parkas Open Air Museum of the Center of Europe. Vilnius, Lithuania

  • Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY

  • Gallerie-Junge KunstWerkStart, Vienna, Austria

  • The Social-Cultural Center, Prague, Czech Republic

  • The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

  • The National Museum of Women in the Arts Library / Research Center, Wash. DC

  • Amnesty International, Washington, DC

  • Einchen Americe, Princeton, NJ

  • B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC

  • Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, New York, NY

  • Greater Washington Jewish Historical Society, Washington, DC

 

Private Collections

  • Many collections include those in:
    Vienna, Austria; New York, New York; Paris, France; Washington, DC; Chicago IL; and various other cities in the United States

 

Gallery Affiliations

  • 2018 Denise Bibro. Art from the Boros, New York, NY

  • 2017-2019  .CERES Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2016, Medalia Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2014-AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS, New York, NY

  • 2012 - Brookhouse Gallery, Barryville, NY

  • 2010- 2012, Bluestone Gallery, Milford, PA

  • 2010-2011, Ceres Gallery, Chelsea, New York, NY

  • 2010 - present, The Center For Book Arts, Artist Member, New York, NY

  • 2009-present, Viewing Room. The Drawing Center. New York, NY

  • 2008/2009, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC

  • 2007/2008, Phoenix Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

  • 2007/2008, Washington Printmakers Gallery, Washington, DC

  • 2005/7,Light Street Gallery, Baltimore, MD

  • 2004, MarninArt Gallery, Washington, DC

  • 2002-3, Artsforum Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2002, Hay Gallery, Portland, ME

  • 2002-present, Gallery Vartai, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • 2000, Marilyn Klevit Fine Arts, Washington, DC

  • 2000, Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC

  • 1995, Gallerie-Junge KunstWerkStart, Vienna, Austria

  • 1995, Works on view at Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, DC

  • 1994, Works on view at Middendorf Gallery, Washington, DC

  • 1983-8, The Emerging Collector. New York, NY

  • 1972, Avanti Gallery, New York, NY

 

Honors and Awards and Other

  • 2019 Award if Distinction for Etching  in the Obsission Exhibition. SouthWest Print Fiesta, Light Art Space New Mexico.

  • 2019 Best in Show. Printmaking Concours, Art Students League of NYC

  • 2019 Residency, Blue Mountaiin Center, NY

  • Catalogues/writings/documents accepted into Visual Arts Library, New London CT.  http://visualartlibrary.org/

  • Accepted into Pen and Brush Portfolio.  http://www.penandbrush.org/

  • 2017, Accepted into NAWA. National Associated of Women Artists   http://www.thenawa.org/

  • 2017, Residency, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT

  • 2010, Nomination for grant award: Anonymous Was a Woman

  • 2010, Fulbright Senior Specialist Award. US Dept of State, Council for International Exchange of Scholars to work in Lithuania

  • 2009. Residency, Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain, NY

  • 2009, Residency, The Anderson Center, Redwing, Minn.

  • 2007, Finalist for the Metro DC Dance Awards 2007 for Excellence   In Scenic Design: EDGEWORKS Dance Theater for the ballet "COLD CASE" performed at Dance Place,  March 10-11 2007, Washington DC

  • 2006, First Place Winner, Metro DC Dance Awards for Excellence In Scenic Design: "COLD CASE" Edgeworks Dance Theater performed at Dance Place, Washington DC, March 17-19, 2005.

  • 2004/2005/2006, Residency, Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • 2003 Finalist for the Metro DC Dance Awards 2003 for Excellence In Scenic Design: EDGEWORKS Dance Theater for the ballet "FEARLESS" performed at Dance Place,  February 15-16, 2003, Washington DC

  • 2000, Residency, Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • 1997, Residency, Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem, Israel

  • 1995, Residency, Social Cultural Center, Prague, Czech Republic

  • 1989, Fellowship/Artist in Residence, Blue Mt. Art Center, Blue Mt., New York

  • 1986-7, Artist in Residence, The City College of New York, CUNY

  • 1983, Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Art Dept., The City College of New York

 

Exhibitions

  • November 2019 Kristallnacht, SK Studio Art and Gallery, white Plains, NY

  • October 2019. Obsession Light Art space SouthWest Print Fiesta Silver City NM.

  • March 2019. Spinoza, Marrano of Reason. Amstelkerk & Plein van Siena. Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • February 2019. On Paper. One Person Show. Ceres Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

  • December 2018-March 2019. North Dakota Human Rights Festival.  The Plains Art Museum in Fargo, ND from January 7 to January 23, 2019.  February, t the Bismarck Downtown Artist Cooperative,   March at the High Plains Fair Housing Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

  • December 2018-January 2019. On the Consequences of Hate Speech. Manny Cantor Center, NYC

  • December 2018, Art in the Boros. Denise Bibro Gallery, Chelsea NYC

  • October 2018.The Power of Print:Power and Light Press,  Silver City NM

  • September 2018-July 2019. Terra inFirma, Dr Bernard Heller Museum, HUC, NYC

  • June/July 2018. The Invisible Jew. Jewish Art Salon, Detour Gallery, Red Bank NJ

  • May 2018. Superfine Art Fair. Meatpacking, NYC

  • May 2018. Raising Women's Voices. Ceres Gallery, Chelsea NYC

  • January-February. 2018.Shelter.Harlem School for the Arts. NY

  • December 2017-February 2018. Resistance. City Lore Gallery, YNY New York, NYC

  • January 2017 - February 2018. Displacement. Ceres Gallery, Chelsea  NYC

  • November 2017. New Members Show. NAWA   National Association of Women Artists, NYC

  • September 2017-July 2018. Home{less) Hebrew Union College Institute of Religion Museum. New York, NY.

  • September-July 2017. Numbers. Hebrew Union College Institute of Religion Museum. New York, NY.

  • December 2016. Trees of Life and Evil Eyes. Abrazo Interno Gallery, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, New York, NY

  • November/December 2015. To Forgive and Remember: Reshaping Contemporary Consciousness. Derfner Judaica Museum/Hebrew Home. Riverdale, NY

  • December 2015, The Jew As The Other,Abrazo Interno Gallery, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, New York, NY

  • November 20 - January 19, 2015. "Psyched"  Central Booking  LES New York, NY

  • August 2014- 33 Orchard:AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS, LES, New York, NY

  • January 15 - March 28, 2014. Faith and Form. Anne Frank Center, NY, NY

  • October 3, 2013 - June 27, 2014. The Seventh Day: Revisiting Shabbat. Hebrew Union College Museum, NY, NY

  • April 26 - May 17, 2013, Denial, Solo Exhibition. Keystone Art and cultural Center, Lancaster PA

  • February 1- 7, 2013 Provocateur, WCA Sponsored at Riverside Library, New York, NY

  • February 1-16, 2013, Diaspora, WCA sponsored at New Century Artists, Chelsea, NYC

  • January 30-February 23, 2013, Bound, WCA sponsored at Phoenix Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

  • January-February, 2013, Ink, Press, Repeat 2013:Juried Printmaking and Book Art Exhibition, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ

  • January-April 2013, Sprituality, the Self, Nature and Community, Sid Jacobson JCC, East Hills NY

  • Fall 2012, Solo Exhibition, Brookhouse Gallery, Barryville, NY

  • September, 2012-June 2013, The Spectrum of Sexuality, Hebrew Union College Museum, NY, NY

  • July 6-8, 2012, Digit, Digital Collaboration, NACL Theater, Highland Lake, NY

  • June 2012, Distressed, Group Show, WCA, Borucua College, NY, NY

  • February 2012, Denial, Solo Show, Alliance Gallery, Delaware Valley Arts Alliance

  • October 2011, Group Show, Inselgalerie, Berlin, Germany

  • September 23 - December 2011, The Old Wooden Synagogues of Lithuania, Solo Show, Arts and Architecture, University of Minnesota

  • August 5-27, 2011 Three Person Show, AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA

  • January 4-29, 2011, Denial. Ceres Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

  • August 11- Sept. 26 2010, Uncommon Figurations, Bluestone Gallery, Milford, PA

  • June 28- July 17, 2010 Some Notion of Perfection, Ceres Gallery, NYC

  • April 2010, People of the Bible. Pike co. PA Historical Society

  • October 6-18, 2009, The Old Wooden Synagogues of Lithuania: An Artists Perspective, Talk and Solo Exhibition, The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, Washington, DC

  • September 2- October 31. 2009, From A Woman's Perspective, Edison Place Gallery, Washington, DC.

  • February14-May 31, 2009, The Book As Art, McMullen Museum, Boston College, Boston, MA

  • July 15-October 26, 2008, Supporting Evidence, Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg, FL

  • July 2008, New Faces, Washington Printmakers Gallery. Washington, DC

  • July 2008, Stimulus, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC

  • February 2008. Three Person show, Phoenix Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

  • October 20-December 30, 2007, Virginia Holocaust Museum, Richmond VA

  • January 2007, Adam's Rib, Eve's Air in Her Hair, SOHO20 Chelsea, New York, NY

  • 2006/7,The Book as Art: Twenty Years of Artist’s Books from the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Washington, DC

  • 2006/7, Two Person Show, JCC of Greater Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

  • 2007, Of Keys and Doors, JCC of Greater Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

  • December 2005. Biennale Internazionale Dell'Arte Contemporanea. Florence Italy

  • July-August 2005. Waldsee-1944. Hebrew Union College Institute of Religion Museum, NYC

  • July 2005. Installation of Mirrors. Europos Parkas Open Air Museum of the Center of Europe. Vilnius, Lithuania.

  • October, 2004. From the Depths of Memory. Lucia Chiriboga and Joyce Ellen Weinstein. MarninArt Gallery. Washington, DC

  • March 2004. Retro/Spection. One Person Show. Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, Washington, DC

  • Spring 2004. Book As Art XV. National Museum of Women in the Arts.

  • 2003, Inspired Inquiries. Dennis and Phillip Ratner Bible Museum, Bethesda, MD

  • September 2003-June 2004. Aging: A State of Mind. Hebrew Union College -Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, NYC

  • April 2003, Identity and Memory. Joyce Ellen Weinstein and Marilyn Banner at the Czech Embassy. Washington DC

  • February 2003-June 2003, Archetype/Anonymous: Biblical Women in Contemporary Art. DCJCC. Washington DC

  • October, 2002-January 2003, Archetype/Anonymous: Biblical Women in Contemporary Art. Hebrew Union College -Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, NYC

  • November 2002-February 2003, Creation. Dennis and Phillip Ratner Bible Museum, Bethesda MD

  • July 2002. One Person Show. Gallery Vartai, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • 2002, Angels and Messengers. Dennis and Philip Ratner Bible Museum, Bethesda, MD

  • 2001, One Person Show. Hay Gallery, Portland ME

  • 2001, Group Show. Artsforum Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2001, Jewish Artists on the Edge. Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY

  • 2001, Sculpture Now 2001. DC/Pittsburgh, Washington Square, Washington DC

  • 2000, Jewish Artists on the Edge. Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM

  • 2000, One Person Show. JCC of Greater New Haven, New Haven CONN.

  • 2000, Art Crossings. N &S Brown Art Gallery, Baltimore MD.

  • 2000, Book as Art Xll: Artist’s books from the Library and Research Center’s Collection. The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC

  • 2000, Living in the Moment: The Celebration of Jewish Time. Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY

  • 2000, Living in the Moment: The Celebration of Jewish Time. Skirball Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • 2000, Raising Miriam’s Cup. Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore, MD

  • 1996, The World of Family. B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Wash., DC

  • 1996, Book Project. Tzedakah: Jewish Women Creating a Capital Community

  • The Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington, DC

  • 1995, Selected Works. Gallerie- Junge KunstWerkStart, Vienna, Austria

  • 1995, Holocaust Series. Terezin Memorial Concert, Holocaust Memorial Day. B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC

  • 1995, Holocaust Series. Installation. B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Wash., DC

  • 1994. National Juried Show. Ceres Gallery, New York, NY. (Juror: Eleanor Heartney- Art in America-Contributing Editor)

  • 1995, A Positive Image. DC Art Center, Washington, DC

  • 1993, Intimacy of Fear. BAUhouse, Baltimore, MD

  • 1992, Collateral Damage: The Unseen Cost of Gun Violence. BAUhouse, Baltimore, MD

  • 1992, Collateral Damage: The Unseen Cost of Gun Violence. Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

  • 1992, Right Down To The Roots. Juried, The Delaplaine Visual Arts Center, Frederick, MD

  • 1992, Mixing It Up: Art Reacts to Society. Juried, School 33, Baltimore, MD

  • 1992, One person Show, Invitational. Prince George's County MD Park and Planning Commission, Arts Division

  • 1992, Doctor's Community Hospital, Invitational. Lanham, MD

  • 1991, Group Work: One Person Show. The Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, DC

  • 1991, Small Works on Paper, Invitational. Children's Hospital, Washington, DC

  • 1991, "Are You Now, Or Have You Ever Been...?” Juried, DC. Art Center, Washintgon, DC

  • 1990, The Street, The Slogan, The Artist, Invitational. DC. Art Center, Washington, DC

  • 1990, Amnesty International, Invitational. Washington, DC

  • 1990, Drawings and Paintings. The Publick Playhouse, Cheverly, MD

  • 1989, Prince George's Co. National Park and Planning Commission, Juried Art Competition. Harmony Hall, Fort Washington, MD

  • 1988, Art On Paper. Juried, Gallery on the Circle, Annapolis, MD

  • 1988, The Art of Drawing. Juried, Traveling exhibition, Prince George's County, MD Park and Planning Commission, Arts Division

  • 1987, Spring Festival. New York City Public Library

  • 1986, The Artist in the Community. The Private and the Public Self, The Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey

  • 1986, Woodstock Annual. Woodstock School of Art , Woodstock, NY

  • 1986, Women and Pastels; Freedom From Tradition.  Cork Gallery, Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC. (Curator and Exhibitor)

  • 1985, Group Show. Juried, The National Arts Club, NYC

  • 1985, Works on Paper. Catholic University, Washington, DC

  • 1984, One Person Show. Chemical Bank, New York, NY

  • 1984, The Public Eye; Three Person Show. Alex Katz, Mark Kostabi, Joyce Ellen Weinstein. Invitational, The Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey

  • 1983, Rockford International. Juried, Rockford College and Museum, Rockford, IL

  • 1983, 2D International. Juried, Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA

  • 1972, One Person Show. Avanti Gallery, New York, NY

 

Events

  • October 2018. A Bon Coeur. Set Design for full length dance performance. Dance Place, Washington DC & out of doors event Boulder, CO

  • Publication: Tradition and Transformation: Three Thousand Years of Jewish Art By Ori Z. Soltes

    Publisher: Canal Studios, Boulder, Colorado

  • Feb. 18-20, 2011, Trigger. Set Design/Visual Arts Director, Edgeworks Dance Theater, Dance Place, Washington,DC

  • October 2009, One Person Exhibition and Talk. The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, Washington, DC

  • September 2008. "Determining Factor" Visual Arts Director/Set Designer, Edgeworks Dance Theater performed at Virginia Commonwealth University. Richmond VA.

  • March 2005, Set Designer/Visual Arts Director"COLD CASE" Edgeworks Dance Theater performed at Dance Place, Washington DC

  • July 2005. Project Director/Visual Arts Director. Edgeworks Dance Theater at Europos Parkas Open Air Museum of the Center of Europe, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • 1998-present, Visual Arts Director, Set Designer. Dimensions Dance Co. Edgeworks Dance Theater, Washington, DC

  • February, Fearless. Edgeworks Dance Theater. 2003, Dance Place Washington, DC

  • September, 2002 Fearless. Edgeworks Dance Theater. Kennedy Center  Millennium Stage, Kennedy Center, Washington, DC

  • 2000, The Edge of Uncertainty. Dimensions Dance Co. The Dance Place, Washington, DC

  • 1999, The Edge of Uncertainty. Dimensions Dance Co., Merce Cunningham Dance Theater, New York, NY

  • 1997, Midrash: Filling an Empty Space. A Multimedia Performance and Installation. Dimensions Dance Co., Washington DC Jewish Community Center

  • Books, Selected Articles, and Catalogues About Joyce Ellen Weinstein

  • Should We Feel Guilty For Enjoying Holocaust Art? by Menachem Wecker. The Jewish Press. June 25, 2008

  • THE BOOK AS ART, Artists Books from the National Museum of Women in the Arts. By Krystyna Wasserman. Published by Princeton Architectural Press. 2006

  • March 20, 2006. How Men Learned to Fly. The Washington Post. Style Section

  • July 22, 2005. Grazina Narkus-Kramer Sokis kulturu kryzkeleje. Eiropos parke pasirodys "Edgeworks" sokio teatras is JAV. 7 meno dienos. Vilnius Lithuania

  • July 22, 2005. Ramunas Zilnys Tarp skulpturu-sokis, parodantis vyriskos sielos trapuma. Lietuvos rytas, Vilnius, Lithuania.

  • July 28, 2005. Contemporary Art Sculptures as Decorations for Performance. (Lithuanian Morning) supplement (Capital City), p.8 Vilnius Lithuania

  • February 2003. Anthony Harvey. Special exhibit at DC Jewish Community Center. The InTowner, Washington DC

  • February 17, 2003. Lisa Traiger Edgework’s ‘Fearless’: How Men Learned to Fly The Washington Post. Style Section

  • Publication, December 2002.  Fixing the World: Jewish American Painters in the Twentieth Century by Ori Z. Soltes. The first full-color book to examine Jewish American painters and their works

  • “We see this concern for social betterment in the urban paintings of the Soyer brothers, in the “political” paintings of Ben Shahn, in the  Holocaust-inflected works of numerous artists, and in the more contemporary work of Joyce Ellen Weinstein decrying violence and racism.” Brandeis Series in American Jewish History, Culture and Life Brandeis University Press/University Press of New England

  • July 12, 2002  Jurgita Ludaviciene, “Istorines Atminties Zarijos” (“Live Coals  of Historic Memory”). Literatura ir Menas, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • 2002, “Under the Chuppah” Kansas City Jewish Museum

  • December 7, 2001, Chris Thompson “New Testaments: Joyce Ellen Weinstein’s Memory Collection.” The Portland Phoenix. Portland, ME

  • 2001. Chris Thompson “New Testaments: Joyce Ellen Weinstein’s Memory Collection.” Arts New England

  • October 200. Laura Kruger. “Living in the Moment: Contemporary Artists Celebrate Jewish Time.” Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY

  • October 2000, Lynn Cline "Art of the Covenant." Hadassah Magazine

  • Summer 2000. Ori Z. Soltes  “Jewish Artists on the Edge.” Site Santa Fe, College of Santa Fe, NM

  • 2000. Jacqueline Jolles, , "Look Both Ways." The Baltimore Jewish Times, Baltimore, MD

  • January 20, 2000 Tamara Jones, “A Family Drawn Apart." The Washington Post Style Section. Washington, DC

  • August 12, 1997. Exhibit Features Local Artist, Interview with Marlena Thompson, Washington Jewish Week, Washington DC

  • October 1996. Ori Z Soltes. “World of Family: The Works of Joyce Ellen Weinstein.”  B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC

  • Aug. 28. 1996.Arts and Entertainment Television, MPT, Interview with Albert Maitland

  • Fall,1992  Mark Reeve, “Unspoken Voices in Modern Culture, Art as a Community Matter.” Baltimore, MD

  • Fall, 1992.Cecilia Meisner, “Bloody Copy.” Art in Progress, Washington, D.C./Baltimore. MD

  • Oct. 13, 1992. John Dorsey, Md. “Art Review.” The Sun, Baltimore, MD

  • Sept. 23, 1992. Carol Wood, Baltimore City Paper. Vol. 16, No.2

  • Jan. 10, 1992. "Gallery. 3rd Thursday Gallery Walk." The Frederick Post, Frederick, MD

  • Feb. 12, 1992.Mike Giuliano,  "Art." The Evening Sun. Baltimore, MD

  • Jan. 2, 1992. Daniel Logan, Woodstock Times,  Woodstock, NY

  • Sept. 11, 1986. "Students Painting Subway Murals." The New York Times

  • Sun. Oct. 6, 1985.Aimei Wallach, "The Arts Go Underground." Newsday, New York, NY

  • Sept. 11, 1985. "Easel Does It On The IRT." New York Post, NYC

  • Oct. 9, 1985.Metropolitan Historic Structures News, New York City "Dedication/Washington Heights, Inwood Adopt-A-Station Mural Project"

  • Fall 1985.Peter Bloch, "Arts Closeup.” Canales Magazine, NYC

  • May, 1985.Naomi Spatz, "Art in Public Places." American Educator

  • Spring, 1985.Sylvia Corwin, "Urban Artistic Oasis." Art Education Magazine

  • 1984. Julie Iovine, "Parks and Bridges Go Up For Adoption.” New York Times

  • Sept. 1984.Steve Bornfels, "Will Subway Art Curb Graffiti?" Riverdale Press, New York, NY

 

Articles by Joyce Ellen Weinstein

  • "Europos Parkas" in Landscapes for Art, Contemporary Sculpture Parks.  Edited by Glenn Harper and Twylene Moyer, ISC Press 2008

  • October 2005. The Old Wooden Synagogues of Lithuania. http://www.zeek.net/feature_0510.shtml

  • July 2005. The Wooden Synagogues of Lithuania. haGalil.com

  • July/August 2003. Jean Humke: Public and Private. Focus. Sculpture Magazine

  • December 2002. “The Amazing Story of Gintaras Karosas and Europos Parkas, Open Air Museum of the Center of Europe.” Magazine Espace-Sculpture. Canada

  • December 2000. “Europos Parkas, Open Air Museum of the Center of Europe.” Site. Sculpture Magazine

 

Education and Training

  • 1984, M.F.A. The City College of New York, CUNY

  • 1983, B.A. The City College of New York, CUNY

  • 1965-1970, The Art Students League of New York