Hadas Gallery is a non-profit Jewish organization that focuses on students and emerging artists. Located near Pratt Institute, Hadas Gallery was established to promote the diversity of artwork made in Brooklyn. We are committed to using the arts as a means for creative self-expression and reflection. Hadas Gallery serves as a conduit for the exploration of Jewish themes, and a vehicle for dialogue on complex issues. As a community oriented forum, Hadas Gallery displays a range of art and artists.
Our main mission is empowering 21st century artists to realize their potential, and come together to build a global community based on Jewish values.
Hadas Gallery is open to the public and hosts workshops, artist lectures, and cultural events; as well as a rotating exhibition schedule.
Hadas Gallery is located in the Rohr Center, 541 Myrtle Ave. (between Steuben & Emerson, across from the Pratt Store).
Rabbi Simcha Weinstein is an internationally known, best-selling author. His first book Up, Up and Oy Vey! How Jewish History, Culture and Values Shaped the Comic Book Superhero (Leviathan Press), and Shtick Shift: Jewish Humor in the 21st Century (Barricade Books).
Weinstein holds a bachelors degree in Film History from the Manchester Metropolitan University, England. He served as an associate for the British Film Commission and coordinated the production of hundreds of feature films throughout the United Kingdom.
He currently chairs the Religious Affair’s Committee at the renowned New York art school, Pratt Institute. Simcha also serves as rabbi to Long Island College Hospital and is the founder of the downtown Brooklyn Jewish Student Foundation.
He is married to his wife, Ariella. They have four young children and live in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
Joshua Stulman is a Brooklyn based artist whose artwork develops from issues found within the large diversity of the Jewish community. Stulman's work exhibits a deep love of figurative and traditional painting infused with political content.
He derives artistic inspiration from the works of Benjamin West, Thomas Eakins, and Sidney Goodman with whom the artist studied with while at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
He holds bachelor degrees in Anthropology and Fine Arts, as well as a minor in Art History from the Pennsylvania State University. He holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree in painting from Pratt Institute.