About JAC-Chicago

Jewish Artists Collective of Chicago (JACC) is a community of multidisciplinary artists connected through common heritage and committed to sharing ideas, enriching practices, and creating dialogue with community.


Jewish Artists Collective Chicago began in 2016 as an outgrowth of the inaugural Spertus Institute Midwest Artists Lab. We work in a range of media and styles, but are joined by a common mission of creating contemporary, engaging, and thoughtful work that reflects Jewish themes and values. Our work together and as individual artists has included group and solo museum exhibitions, artist talks and workshops, and educational programming for synagogues and other Jewish institutions. Our member artists are also experienced in creating site-specific work and commissions.

We, as a collective, are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in all we do.


Spertus Institute, Chicago, Illinois, 2016

UWM Hillel- Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2017

Janice Charach Gallery, Detroit, Michigan, 2018 and 2022

Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, 2019

North Suburban Synagogue Beth El, Highland Park, Illinois, 2022

Memphis JCC, Memphis, Tennessee, 2022

Indianapolis JCC, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2022

St. Joseph Valley JACC, South Bend, Indiana, 2023

Governors State University, 2023

Elgin Public Library, Elgin, Illinois, 2023

Dr. Bernard Heller Museum, New York, NY, 2024