Schneidertempel Art Center
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Schneidertempel Art Center information
Housed in a synagogue dating from 1894, the Schneidertempel ('Tailors' temple') exhibits work by local Jewish artists, as well as frequent exhibitions from abroad. Quality varies, but we've seen some excellent photographic exhibitions here.