Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Av 12, 5775
Mio is creating and manufacturing sustainable, must-have design — in Philly.
By:
By Hilary Danailova
When Isaac Salm got a call in 2001 from his younger brother, Jaime, asking him to quit his corporate job and help start a furniture design business in Philadelphia, the elder Salm immediately started brainstorming about profit margins and outsourcing production to China. So he was a little taken aback when Jaime, the design half of the brothers’ Philadelphia-based firm...
Comment0
By:
Frieda Lefeber recently celebrated both her centenary and her first gallery show — in a span of five days.
Comment0
By:
Warren Hoffman, JE Feature
A breakdown of the Jewish artists, writers and musicians that will account for some of this spring’s most anticipated events.
Comment0
By:
A woodworking shop in Manayunk features several Jewish-themed classes to make items such as mezuzot and challah boards, run by a local rabbi.
Comment2
By:
A Tel Avivan artist's exhibit at the National Museum of American Jewish History utilizes light effects and words spoken by George Washington to express the fragility of democracy and freedom.
Comment1
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement