The Beth Sholom Synagogue Preservation Foundation is pleased to present:

David Hartt: The Histories (Le Mancenillier) is the first artist commission to activate Beth Sholom's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building. Comprising video, sculpture, music, and tropical plants, the exhibition will offer unexpected ways to experience the National Historic Landmark.
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he Beth Sholom Synagogue Preservation Foundation, a non-sectarian, not-for-profit (501(c)3) organization, was created to preserve the Beth Sholom Synagogue, a National Historic Landmark. Beth Sholom (opened in 1959) is the only synagogue designed by the great American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and was recognized shortly after his death by the American Institute of Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of his seventeen most important projects. The Foundation’s mission is to preserve the Wright-designed building, furniture, and landscape setting to the highest standards possible and to tell the story of this great American synagogue to a wide variety of audiences.


Beth Sholom is a functioning synagogue. Kindly note tour schedules are subject to change.

No tours are held on Saturdays in observance of the Sabbath.

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Sunday, October 20:
12pm - Live Musical Activation
2pm - Conversation with David Hartt
Exhibit CLOSED following conversation

Monday-Tuesday, October 21-22 - CLOSED

Thanksgiving, November 28 - CLOSED

Black Friday, November 29 - 10am & 12pm
Walk-ins Welcome

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SPECIAL EXHIBIT
September 11 - December 19
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David Hartt:
The Histories (Le Mancenillier)
September 11 - December 19

David Hartt: The Histories (Le Mancenillier) is the first artist commission to activate Beth Sholom's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building. Comprising video, sculpture, music, and tropical plants, the exhibition will offer unexpected ways to experience the National Historic Landmark.

All tours include the exhibition by David Hartt. [Exhibit closed September 26 - October 13].

Guided building tours include a movie and focus on the architecture of Beth Sholom.

Guided building tours Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays by Advanced Registration Only. No Walk-ins.

Self-guided tours of the David Hartt exhibit on Sundays, Wednesdays, Thursdays. Walk-ins Welcome.

No Saturday Tours or Exhibit Admission in observance of the Sabbath

Questions:
[email protected]
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