DENVER (CBS4) – A highly successful art show with a long history in Chicago is making a stop in Denver this weekend.
The All Judaic & Israeli Art & Jewelry Festival opened Friday and runs through Sunday at the Hebrew Educational Alliance near Interstate 25 and Hampden Avenue.
The festival features work from dozens of artists, most of whom have come in from Israel.
“Our members get a chance to have an Israeli artisan in their home … our Hebrew school and high school kids are getting the chance to interact with artists from around the world,” Victoria Cantor with the Hebrew Educational Alliance said. “They’re getting to see craftsmanship that’s really cool and interesting.”
Admission to the show is free and art and jewelry costs anywhere from $15 to $15,000.