Discover the Artist Marketplace at the Boulder Jewish Festival

The Boulder Jewish Festival will be held in front of the Courthouse on the Pearl Street Mall on Sunday, June 12 from 11:00 am- 5:00 pm. The annual event highlights Jewish culture through art, food, music, and our dedicated community organizations.
After serving as the Festival Co-Chair for several years, Terri Miro is leading the volunteer committee for the Artist Marketplace.

We are grateful that so many artists who have been a part of the festival for years are returning this year. Risa Aqua does beautiful watercolor, Jill Arnson and Joy Weinstein give us treasures of jewelry, Yosef Yekutiel has lovely Judaica printed fabrics, and Greg Azorsky has fun and whimsical t-shirts”, said Miro.

In addition to the Festival favorites, there are six new artists in the Artist Marketplace. The list of presenting artists includes unique and diverse forms of art including pottery, fabric art, jewelry, photography, and watercolor.
The Boulder Jewish Festival has been known for years as an amazing place to purchase Jewish art and Judaica used in the celebration of Jewish holidays. We are especially excited by the number of artists that will have Judaica available. Additionally, Congregation Har Hashem’s gift shop will have a dedicated tent on the Courthouse Lawn with the community organizations. The gift shop has a reputation for carrying the best selection in Colorado of gorgeous tallit from Israel, Fair-Trade Judaica, Safed Shabbat candles, artisan menorahs, beautiful jewelry, mezuzahs, and unique gifts for holidays, B’nai Mitzvahs, and more. 100% of proceeds support Congregation Har HaShem.
Our featured artists include:
Jill Arnson (Jems by Jill)
Risa Aqua (Aqua Studio Art & Calligraphy)
Greg Azorsky (Meshugge Shirts)
Fay Balk (fhb glass designs)
Emily Cohen (Emily Cohen Designs)
Lynette Errante (Lynette Errante Ceramics)
Rachel Greenfeld (Rachel Fabric Arts)
Barry Sharoff (Gallimaufry Photo)
Mara Shapiro (MaraMade)
Yosef Yekutiel (Kova Caps)
Joy Weinstein (enJOYables)

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