The Graduate Certificate in Jewish Cultural Arts invites both emerging and seasoned professionals to delve into Jewish cultural life and apply it to the vibrant communities surrounding them. Founded in response to the growing prominence of art and culture within the contemporary Jewish community, the certificate program aims to deepen students’ understanding of Jewish cultural expression and its relationship to community building and civic engagement.
The four-course curriculum combines coursework in museum studies and Judaic studies and can be completed in two years. Participants leave equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to be effective advocates for and proponents of the arts, from the classroom to the gallery.
The certificate is a collaboration between the Judaic Studies Program and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design's Program in Museum Studies.