MOSAIC: A Center for Arts, Culture and Ideas

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Bringing the best in music, art, performance and thought, MOSAIC is a cultural center in Mercer county, NJ sponsored by Adath Israel Congregation. Through a pluralistic Jewish lens, the center reaches out to the entire community to engage in ideas that animate our world today.
Each year MOSAIC cultural program presents events featuring music, art, politics, dance, cooking and other topics connected to Jewish tradition. Our dream is for our beautiful synagogue to be transformed into a performance space that draws compelling artists and performers and engages our community.

Thank You to Our Supporters and Friends of the MOSAIC Cultural Series 2019-2020


Leon Siskowitz Cultural Memorial Fund

Platinum Friend of the Arts:

Brenda and Larry Solomon
Elaine and Barry Sussman

Gold Friend of the Arts:

Bernice and Abe Abramovich
Bruce and Karen Kaplan

Silver Friend of the Arts:

Leslie and Herschel Burstyn
Mary Lou and Richard Byer
Lisa and Jay Ganzman
Ron and Robyn Gordon
Jessie and Robert Harris

Please Become a Supporter or Friend of Mosaic

  • Supporters $3000-$5000 – 4 reserved seats to all events including Ellis Island. Recognition on all program publicity and the Adath website.
  • Platinum Friends $1000 – 4 reserved seats to all events and recognition on Adath’s website.*
  • Gold Friends $500 – 2 reserved seats to all events and recognition on Adath’s website.*
  • Silver Friends $150 – 2 reserved seats to any two events of your choice and recognition on Adath’s website.*

*Does not include tickets to Ellis Island

Programs are open to the entire community of all faiths.  Everyone will find something that relates to their interest.  See the schedule for our first season below.  Details and registration information is obtained through the calendar.

View the calendar of MOSAIC events

View past MOSAIC events

MOSAIC Programs for 2019-2020

deadbeats and hustlers

Join us for a hilarious good time with the improvisational comedy of Deadbeats and Hustlers.  Enjoy the group’s performance of creative and memorable skits.  Audience members may offer suggestions to the cast members for ideas for skits.  Light refreshment following show
Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019 at 7:30 PM
Admission $20.00
Tickets (609) 896-4977


Public Radio’s popular on-air personalities, Bruce Warren & Dan Reed present an exciting interactive program on music trends. They will test the audience music IQ and there will be WXPN giveaways. Light refreshments following show.
Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 3:00 PM
$20 for Adath & WXPN members.
$25 at door.  $10 Students.
Tickets: (609) 896-4977 or Eventbrite

rachel apter

Rachel Wainer Apter, Director of the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights will lead a provocative presentation on the rise of Anti-Semitism, and the work her office does to fight hatred and defend civil rights in New Jersey.
Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 7:00 PM.
Optional donation: $15
RSVP (609) 896-4977

historic building

Join us for an illustrated Historical Tour of Jewish Paris through a dynamic presentation of award-winning travel writer, Gary Kraut.
Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Admission $15.
Tickets (609) 896-4977


One Community Many Voices
Concert of Unity and Harmony.
Beautiful music will be amplified as the Lawrenceville community comes together to sing in unison! Join together with choirs from churches, mosques and synagogues for a night of incredible musical delight. The performance will be unforgettable.
Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 4:00 PM
Admission $20.
Tickets (609) 896-4977

man with piano

Composers of Bucks County, A Lecture in Song.
Join Fred Miller, Pianist/Singer/Narrator as he presents his musical & anecdotal overview of two world famous composers, Hammerstein and Sondheim, former natives of Bucks county.
Sunday, April 26, 2020 at 2:00 PM.
Admission $20.
Tickets (609) 896-4977

historic building

Private Tour of Ellis Island
Visit Ellis Island, as you are taken on a private hard-hat tour that is unlike any other. Discover hidden places that you may have not known existed! This is a journey that is not to be missed. Explore the history of the place where many immigrants entered the United States to start a new life. Cost for tour and ferry is to be announced. Reservations are required.
Sunday, May 3, 2020. More information to follow