100 Jewish Artists

Wednesdays, Jan. 11-Feb. 15 | 1 p .m. MST (3 p.m. EST)

Learn about 100 different artists and their impact on the art world in this East Valley JCC series of live virtual presentations by Nancy Kotz of Jewish Art Education (JAE). Register below to receive the link. 

Jan. 11: 19th-Century artists

Jan. 18: Early 20th-Century, Europe

Jan. 25: Early 20th-Century, Paris

Feb. 1: Mid-20th-Century Europe & Beyond

Feb. 8: Mid-20th-Century Europe to America

Feb. 15: Potpourri: (Jewish artists who don’t fit in any of the other categories)


Learn more about presenter Nancy Kotz

Nancy Kotz holds a B.A (Skidmore College, 1984) in Art History and Business as well as a Certificate in Nonprofit Management (Georgetown University, 2011). 

Professionally, Nancy began her career in arts and public policy (Congressional Arts Caucus) before transitioning to the museum world (Smithsonian Institution and National Gallery of Art) where she held positions in museum education and museum retail. Nancy is also the Founder and Content Curator for VisualArtsDC, a social media based community with over 1500 followers focused on the visual arts in the metropolitan Washington, DC region.

Since 2015 she has been presenting programs in person and virtually to audiences across Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia for Jewish Art Education (JAE). Also serving as JAE Marketing Director, she has expanded JAE’s reach via Zoom to clients throughout the US and Canada. Her clients include senior living communities, houses of worship, community centers, and other organizations which provide programs for lifelong learners.


There is no charge to attend this class, though donations are appreciated to help support arts & culture programming at the East Valley JCC.

Click on the graphics below to learn about the artists that will be covered that week.