|Title||Janice Charach Gallery Records|
|Collection||Janice Charach Gallery Records|
|Scope & Content||
*This collection is housed at the Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs.
The Janice Charach Gallery Records include the business and administrative records for the organization, as well as the exhibit materials for every show since its inception until 2011.
The bulk of Boxes 1-2 contain exhibit materials, and are arranged alphabetically. A small amount of photographs are located at the end of Box 2. Most photographs are included in the scrapbooks. Box 3 holds two binders of the business records of the Charach Gallery, including board minutes and correspondence. Boxes 4-9 contain scrapbooks filled with exhibition materials, correspondence, and publicity, and are arranged by year.
The Janice Charach Gallery was established by Natalie and Manny Charach on June 13, 1990 in memory of their daughter Janice Charach, a young and accomplished artist. In the fall of 1990, ground broke on a 7,200 square-foot art wing at the Maple-Drake Jewish Community Center. The Charach Gallery officially opened with its premier exhibition "The Art of Collection: The Jewish Collector's Experience" in July 1991. In 2015, the gallery celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The Janice Charach Gallery provides a forum for the creation, exhibition and interpretation of visually oriented media. They promote works of fine art created by Jewish and non-Jewish artists providing unique opportunities for emerging and acknowledged artists.
|Extent of Description||10 Linear Feet (2 MB, 9 OS)|
|Credit line||Janice Charach Gallery, Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community Archives|
Janice Charach Gallery
Jewish Community Center
|Finding Aid||Click here to view Finding Aid.|