Staenberg Kooper Fellman Campus

Eisenberg Gallery at the J

From historical and educational exhibits to beautiful displays of local, national, and international art,  the Eisenberg Gallery at the J  hosts a wide array of content. Located just next to the Alan J. Levine Performing Arts Theater in the Staenberg Omaha Jewish Community Center, the Gallery provides individuals an excellent opportunity to immerse themselves on culturally enriching exhibitions. Exhibits cycle through on a monthly basis, providing a constant stream of new material.

View the exhibit below. To purchase artwork, please contact Lynn Batten, Gallery Manager, at (402) 334-6564 or


Gallery Hours

Monday – Thursday
5:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

5:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday
7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Admission: FREE

The Gallery is open to the public.
All guests must check in with
the Front Desk receptionist.



March 1-30


In the Eisenberg Gallery:

Artwork by Sempé

Artist's Bio

Yamilet Sempé is an artists with several pictorial languages, the best known are geometric and abstract. Her style incorporates strong shapes and bright colors, especially orange. Sempé uses this color to denote enthusiasm, passion, and strength.

Sempe was born in Cuba (Naturalized French-American). She returned to France at the age of 18 and surrounded herself with renowned French artists. She currently resided between Omaha and Paris. Her gallery is currently in west Omaha.

Her art is collected in countries such as Bahrain, Cuba, Spain, France, Italy and the USA.

More of her work can be found at

In the Pop Up Gallery: 

My Iowa by Cindy Rae Mathiasen

Artist's Bio

Cindy Rae Mathiasen is an independently represented abstract artist from Council Bluffs, Iowa. Select pieces from her new collection, My Iowa, will be on display from March 1-30. The pieces illustrate vistas of Iowa life. Mathiasen’s work explores the relationship of self and nature with a focus on connection. Her paintings lean toward the abstract. Mathiasen exhibits her work at the Artists Cooperative Gallery in Omaha; Pottawattamie Arts, Culture, & Entertainment in Council Bluffs; Fine Arts on 5th in Malvern (IA); and the gallery of Ginger’s Hang Up in Omaha. To view more of her art, visit