April 29, 2014 (Beachwood) – JFSA’s client Art Exhibit and Performance Night, “Renaissance Reborn,” will begin its summer long tour at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage. The Art Exhibit is open and free to the public May 6th through the 16th, with a Performance Night featuring JFSA clients discussing what they have learned about the Renaissance scheduled for Tuesday, May 13th at 6:00pm. The exhibit, now in its fourth year, coincides with Mental Health Awareness Month.
This year the PLAN and Ascentia art therapy groups explored a Renaissance theme for the Art Show, focusing on the flourish of growth and change during that time period. While collaborating for the show, clients learned about the art, drama, scientific inventions, architecture, fashion, and culture of the Renaissance.
PLAN is a membership organization for individuals with mental illness, cognitive disabilities, and Autism spectrum disorders, and a program of Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland (JFSA).
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland, a private non-profit organization, serves to strengthen families and individuals in both the Jewish and general communities in Northeast Ohio. Guided by traditional Jewish values of communal responsibility and social justice, JFSA is committed to enhancing every individual’s ability to thrive in our community. For more information on services, go to www.jfsa-cleveland.org.