Heidi Gallery

An art venue dedicated to the practice and belief that creative endeavors enrich lives and communities.


The Heidi Gallery is focused on bringing people together to experience art and arts education while fostering a fully inclusive community.

The gallery is committed to showcasing the highest quality visual art created by established, emerging, and underrepresented artists.

Gallery Hours:
Monday through Friday, 9 – 5
By appointment, evenings and weekends.


Summer Symbiosis

July 22, 2024 – August 18, 2024

Symbiosis is a mutually beneficial relationship between different groups or individuals. It’s a special type of bond that helps both groups grow and thrive together and in their own ways. Summer Symbiosis is a collaborative exhibit featuring these two organizations, fifty artists, and innumerable possibilities. It celebrates the artists of both organizations as well as the long-established relationship between them.

Summer Symbiosis Artpiece


Past Events & Exhibitions

Jeremy Moss

Gallery Manager, Jeremy Moss

Gallery Manager of Heidi since February of 2024, Jeremy first came to JSDD as a member of the Gallery Advisory Committee. Previously serving as the Curator of the Herb+Milly Iris Gallery at the South Orange Performing Arts Center. He also served as executive director of ValleyArts, co-founded the Maplewood Art Walk, co-founded Open Orange, one of the region’s largest juried art shows, and curated the Firehouse and Orbital Galleries. A professional artist working in numerous media and genres of the visual arts Jeremy is a creative who is passionate about every form of art and bringing many of them to the Heidi Gallery.

Heidi Gallery Advisory Committee Members

Teddi Dolph and her husband are avid art collectors. She is a long time JSDD Board Member and sits on the Board of the College of the Arts at MSU (CART), the JWF Board and the Acquisitions Committee at MAM. Her background is as an art/art history educator and a packaging designer.

Heidi Katz is a retired Speech Language Pathologist, of 33 years, devoting her career to special needs in the pediatric population. She currently serves as a volunteer Special Education Docent, providing tours to children with special needs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, 2004 – present.

Phoebe Pollinger: Studio Montclair, President (2002-2010), Board (2010-present); Montclair Arts Council, Chair (2004-2010); Montclair Master Plan, Arts & Economic Development Subcommittee (2016); PMP Art LLC, art consulting, owner.

Marilynn Schneider is the retired longtime Director of JSDD’s WAE Center, and an advocate for the power of creativity, education, and inclusion in creating rich communities. She sees the development and growth of the Heidi Gallery as an opportunity for the arts community to come together and transform perceptions and realities.

Adam Swart has been involved in museum education and art education at the K-12 and university levels, both domestically and internationally, for two decades. He’s also an active painter with an exhibition record that includes numerous states and multiple countries, inclusion in group shows alongside the likes of Robert Rauschenberg and Richard Serra. His work is held in private collections on four continents.

Ellen Weinstock is a long time JSDD board member. She is passionate about expanding opportunities for inclusivity via the arts and arts education. Inspired by the innovative goals for the Heidi Gallery, she chose to co-chair the committee and share her skills working towards the success of this endeavor.

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Proposals for exhibitions are always welcome. Please limit your proposal to two pages.


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