Laura Rosenfeld
Art on Campus
Phone: (505) 428-1230
Jill Janov
Marketing and Public Relations
Phone: (505) 428-1776
Santa Fe Chabad Community Featured In SFCC Photo Exhibit
April 7, 2004 — A photo documentary on the Chabad orthodox Jewish community in Santa Fe is
on display in the Santa Fe Community College Main Entry Gallery.
SFCC is displaying a collection of black and white photographs and commentary by “aj”
Melnick, who is represented by Bashert Gallery of Albuquerque. The show runs through April
23 at Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, and is open to the public.
Chabad, the orthodox Jewish group that originated in Poland in the eighteenth century,
established a community in Santa Fe five years ago. Chabad has communities in 109 countries,
and is based in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY.
For information, please contact SFCC Art on Campus at (505) 428-1230.
About Santa Fe Community College
Santa Fe Community College serves more than 14,500 students per year in its credit, noncredit
and adult basic education programs. The 20-year-old college offers academic, career and
personal-enrichment programs and services to meet the needs of business, government and the
region's diverse population. The college contributes to the area's economic, technological and
cultural development by offering programs ranging from art to business management and
directly addresses regional job shortages through its nursing, teacher education and culinary arts
programs. For further information, visit or call (505) 428-1000.