Representing the Jewish Artists Initiative (JAI), Anne Hromadka is the co-curator of the Voices of LA visual arts exhibition “Veranda: Contemplating Spaces In Between.”
The Jewish Artists Initiative (JAI) is an artist-run organization committed to fostering visual art by Jewish artists and promoting dialogue about Jewish identity and related issues among members of the arts community.
Anne is the founder of Nu Art Projects. In February 2011 she launched the Los Angeles SEDER Arts Night Micro-grant, a recurring meal-based initiative that allows individuals from the community to become patrons of regional Jewish artists and to use the arts to engage Angelenos in unexpected ways. Anne is also an independent art consultant and curator working with clients such as Hebrew Union College-Los Angeles and Shulamit Gallery.
Prior to consulting, Anne Hromadka was the Co-Director of the Shulamit Gallery in Venice, CA. Starting in early 2012, she was the Foundation Arts Administrator of the Y&S Nazarian Family Foundation. Anne also directed a contemporary art gallery in the Culver City arts district. Additionally, she served as the Program Director for three years with the Jewish Arts Initiative (JAI). Her graduate work in Public Art Studies from the USC Roski School of Fine Arts and Hebrew Union College-JIR, LA School for Jewish Nonprofit Management, led her to envision new approaches to Jewish cultural engagement.