- Love and Marriage.Curators will present and explain materials related to marriage in anticipation of a major JTS exhibit on ketubbot (marriage contracts) at The Jewish Museum this spring. Special Reading Room of The Library (fifth floor).
- Bernard Picart: Biblical and Religious Prints of the Eighteenth Century.A rare Picart watercolor was recently discovered in our collection. See examples of Picart’s work, learn about the printmaking process, and find out how the watercolor was conserved. Outside the Special Reading Room of The Library (fifth floor).
- Jewish Musical Response to German Kulturexploreschanges in Jewish music from the Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment) through the Nazi years with historical photos, engravings, correspondence, and musical scores. Alperin Lobby (first floor).
- The Diaries of Mordecai Kaplan, Digitized. Discover how The Library has made the writings of this prominent twentieth-century Jewish theologian, whose diaries reside in our archives, more widely available. The Library (second floor).
- Genesis Blossoms.On view are twelve bold, digitally created images by award-winning contemporary artist Rudi Wolff, who was inspired by the book of Genesis. Evelyn Kasle Scholars Lounge, The Library (fifth floor).
- Volumes, curated by JTS Artist-in-Residence Tobi Kahn, showcases works created by JTS students, faculty, and staff. The Library (second floor), through December.
Upper West Side and is accessible by the 1 train and the M4 and M104 buses.