Janice Charach Gallery

The Janice Charach Gallery hosts exhibitions featuring Jewish and non-Jewish, established and emerging artists. Exhibitions include glass, ceramics, multi-media, painting, fiber arts and photography. The gallery also presents educational programs and is home to a shop with works by local artists. The Gallery is endowed by Natalie & Manny Charach, in their daughter’s memory.

Held in the Janice Charach Gallery, featuring music by Ben Opengeym. RSVP to Rosa Chessler: [email protected] | 248.432.5467.

Upcoming Events and Exhibition(s)

Michigan Regional Glass Exhibition

March 5 - April 13, 2017
Opening Reception: Sunday, March 5 | 1-4 p.m.

The Janice Charach Gallery and Albert Young of Michigan Hot Glass are pleased to present our second Michigan Regional Glass exhibition. This exhibition is open to residents of the Toledo area, Windsor area and Michigan. From functional to non-functional, we celebrate everything that glass has to offer. Mixed media welcome, but the majority of the artwork has to be glass and original in concept by the artist.

This exhibition will be juried by Ferdinand Hampson.

Accepted artworks must be dropped off to the Janice Charach Gallery Wednesday, February 15 or Thursday, February 16, 2017. If you are shipping your artwork, make sure it arrives to the gallery by February 16. Please note, the artist is responsible for shipping costs to and from the gallery. Please click below to learn more.

Call for Art - Michigan Regional Glass Exhibition


The Janice Charach Gallery provides a forum for the creation, exhibition and interpretation of visually oriented media. We promote works of fine art created by Jewish and non-Jewish artists providing unique opportunities for emerging and acknowledged artists.

Janice Charach

The Janice Charach Gallery at the JCC in West Bloomfield was established and named in the memory of the daughter of Natalie and Manny Charach. A talented and recognized artist, Janice passed away from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in June of 1989. She was 38 years old.


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