As part of Heritage Open Days and European Days of Jewish Culture and Heritage, the recently consecrated Birmingham Progressive Synagogue will be open on Sunday 12 September from 11-4pm. As well as tours, there will be an exhibition of art by local and international Jewish artists.
At 4.15pm there will also be a lecture, ‘How Jewish Does Jewish Art Have to Be’ by Professor Melissa Raphael from the University of Gloucestershire.
Admission is free and refreshments will be available. Birmingham Progressive Synagogue is at 1 Roseland Way/Bishopgate Street. B15 1HD.