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Join us for refreshments and entertainment at 5:30pm followed by an exclusive, after-hours look at Rembrandt and the Jewish Experience: The Berger Print Collection.

Ticket Price:

WJS member: $10
Non-WJS member: $20 advance, $30 at the door

Online ticket sales have closed. Tickets must be purchased at the door. 

For more information, contact Calli Laundré at 912.790.8807 or laundrec@telfair.org.

This event is hosted by the William Jay Society (WJS). Named in honor of the famed young architect whose talent still endures in Savannah, the William Jay Society is a group of Savannah’s young professionals who share an enthusiasm and appreciation for art and Telfair Museums. The mission of WJS is to promote the museum’s goals and its commitment to developing awareness, understanding and appreciation of art. Through diverse cultural programs, including art-related social activities and educational tours, WJS is establishing the next generation of community leaders and supporters of Telfair Museums.

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Rembrandt and the Jewish Experience: The Berger Print Collection

Jepson Center
This exhibition contains 21 etchings by Rembrandt that highlight the artist’s nuanced relationship with Amsterdam’s citizens of the Jewish faith and the keen insights Rembrandt brought to interpretations of Old Testament Bible stories.
exhibition

Rembrandt and the Jewish Experience: The Berger Print Collection

Jepson Center
This exhibition contains 21 etchings by Rembrandt that highlight the artist’s nuanced relationship with Amsterdam’s citizens of the Jewish faith and the keen insights Rembrandt brought to interpretations of Old Testament Bible stories.