CULTURE & ARTS

Learn to express yourself

Expressing oneself is one of the best and most fulfilling ways to chase your dreams. At the J, we believe that nurturing what’s in your heart and mind contributes to a happier you.

The Culture & Arts Department seeks to demonstrate, illuminate, and celebrate the breadth and depth of the human experience by exploring the power of culture, identity, creativity, and resiliency through educational, social, artistic, and cultural experiences. Whether your interest is in art, literature, film, Jewish life and learning, or Israel, the diversity of our programs is aimed at engaging you and your family where you are right now and where you want to be, regardless of your religion.

Have questions about our Culture & Arts Department? Contact Culture & Arts Director Rachel Singer | rsinger@yorkjcc.org | 717.843.0918

Culture & Arts Programming

Tuesday Club

Tuesday Club provides educational programming for adults 55+. Topics include group discussions of current events, history, law, culture, wellness, and the arts.

Currently Tuesday Club is on summer break, and the session will begin again in September 2021.

J Gallery

The J Gallery, positioned in our main lobby, is designed for artists working
with a variety of mediums to display and sell their work. If you are an
interested artist, please reach out to rsinger@yorkjcc.org for more details.

July Featured Artists | J Camp Students

BBYO

Dr. Morton B. Krechmer York B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) is a Jewish led organization. It is designed for high school students to explore their Jewish identity, develop leadership skills, and create lifelong friendships. This group meets regularly for meetings, tzedakah projects, activities, and social events. 

Yearly Fee: $10/student

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