Sunday, June 30 - Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Celebrating and highlighting the vibrant infusion of creativity and artistic engagement in a diverse, eco-conscious Jewish community.
This art festival offers a wildly diverse array of opportunities to create, and engage with the arts.
The Jewish Art Salon is represented by Richard McBee who will present Esther's Day: Purim in Art and Hagar The Stranger.
Yona Verwer will lead an Amulet Painting workshop and an illustrated discussion Revolutionizing the Jewish Art Community.
Also check out the workshops by our friend & partner
Patricia Eszter Margit of Art Kibbutz: Kabbalistic Sephirot and Enneagram in Jewish Fiction, and Creating successful Jewish public art projects with Art Kibbutz.
Jewish Art Salon members who will present:
Saul Sudin of Jewish Art Now presents Punk Jews Film Screening and Discussion, and Creator and Creation.
Elizabeth Yaari leads Beyond Your Wildest Dream: Va-Yetse: Genesis: 28 v10-19, and Sanctuary Builders: Va-Yakhel: 35 v20-21.
World Music Journeys: No Passport Required! presented by Basya Schechter
Songwriting Lab & Cocktail Hour presented by Basya Schechter
Jewish Self-Discovery Through the Art of the Mandala presented by Sarah PaukerSongwriting for the Jewish Soul led by Lori Leifer
The Eye, The Fish, The Hamsa presented by Michelle Bentsman
The Book of Ezekiel… and Zombies: Theatrical Research on Resurrection presented by Jesse Freedman and Bronwen Mullin of Meta-Phys Ed.
Using Words: the Poetry of Prayer led by Jina Davidovich
Shelly Fredman leads Give Me Wonder and Gathering the Sparks
Gathering the Sparks led by Shelly Fredman
Haifa Bint-Khadi leads The Inspirational Vision Box, Nature Journals for Families, and Authentic Visual Art Journaling.
The Creative Spark (3-part workshop) led by Pete Nelson
June 30-July 3 - all-inclusive rates start at only $380 AND Financial Aid to ensure access for everyone.
Partners: Jewish Art Salon, Art Kibbutz NY - International Jewish Artist Colony, Jewish Art Now, LABA: House of Study, Drisha Institute for Jewish Education's Art's Fellowship, Meta-Phys Ed.