In ultra-Orthodox Jerusalem, an Unorthodox Art Gallery

In a bomb shelter tucked into the park of a Haredi neighborhood, a city-supported art gallery caters to artists and art enthusiasts in the religious world.

When Batnadiv HaKarmi-Weinberg was growing up in Jerusalem's Old City, it was difficult for her to find her place as a budding artist. In the 12th grade, she and other students in her ultra-Orthodox girls school in Neve Yaakov decorated the school with the theme of fairy tales, and she had painted the legendary Rapunzel. But the rabbi ordered they take the...