This immersive audio guide by artist Jenny Yurshansky consists of narrated stories of plants found outside your window, although they were categorized as invasive and included in California’s “blacklist.” The guide began with plants found at AJU’s campus, and we invite you to take it with you

At the start of summer 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic continued, some states saw the infection rate of COVID-19 lessen. Stores and restaurants were allowed to reopen and, after months of adhering to strict stay-at-home orders, people stepped out to enjoy the warmer weather—with varying degrees of caution. In July, as cases of the virus rose again, participants in AJU’s photography workshop Capture This Moment met via Zoom to reflect on how the world has changed and how they themselves have changed. This collective photo essay is a testament to strength and innovation at this unique moment in time. 

Hearing: Michal Heiman

The first-ever exhibition in Los Angeles by the acclaimed Israeli artist, in which she continues to excavate the histories of women who were trapped in asylums during the nineteenth century.

Face to Face: Being Deborah

This photography exhibition honors the women of AJU and the women who inspire them. It is joined by a historical exhibit that celebrates the Jewish women that transformed life in Los Angeles, 19-century to the present.

The Painting’s Not Really on the Wall

Josef Albers | Mary Corse | Laddie John Dill | Yankel Ginzburg | Ed Moses

This group show thinks about the unexpected relationships between painting, spaces and our bodies.