The Rubin-Frankel Gallery
The Rubin-Frankel Gallery is located at 213 Bay State Road, on the second floor of the Florence and Chafetz Hillel House at Boston University.
A non-profit educational gallery, the Rubin-Frankel features 4-6 fine arts exhibitions every year addressing a wide variety of content that speaks to enriching our community’s social, cultural, educational, religious and political lives. The Rubin-Frankel Gallery was built through funding made possible by arts philanthropist Felicia Rubin and is maintained solely through a series of grants and the support of private donors.
To request your art to be displayed in the gallery space, please fill email information about it to Sarah Young, firstname.lastname@example.org. Read about our current exhibit below.
They Risked Their Lives
Poles who saved Jews during the Holocaust
SEPTEMBER 5 – DECEMBER 21, 2017
Wednesday, October 18
Remarks by Marek Lesniewski-Laas, Honoary Consul of the Republic of Poland
Class by Rabbi Yehuda Witt, The Torah of the Righteous Gentile
The Rubin-Frankel Gallery was made possible by the generous donations of Mr. and Mrs. Irving and Felicia Rubin, parents of Marvin, Steven Rubin CGS ’89 SMG ‘91, and Betti Rubin Jacobson CAS ’95