march, 2014

05mar(mar 5)12:00 pm27apr(apr 27)4:00 pmScots Jews: Identity, Belonging and the Future(march 5) 12:00 pm - (april 27) 4:00 pm 1395 Lexington Avenue

Event Details

The Scottish Jewish community dates back to the 1700s and, despite being small, was for most of that time the largest non-Christian community in the country. It has produced scientists and doctors, judges and MPs, artists and writers – and farmers and foresters, and kilt makers and whisky distillers! The story of this community and how it has maintained its traditions while fully embracing Scottish life is a fascinating one and yet, remarkably, little has been formally recorded of its existence.

A contemporary photography exhibition is now redressing this.


March 5 (Wednesday) 12:00 pm - April 27 (Sunday) 4:00 pm


The Weill Art Gallery of the 92nd St Y

1395 Lexington Avenue