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Art as Prayer:Shabbat Edition

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 Art as Prayer:Shabbat Edition -- Spiritually Focused Art Making

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Art making can be used for self expression, to explore a question, or create a wordless prayer. Beginning with an opening prayer, we will take the message, connect it with the Torah portion of the week, and use the teachings to work together and seek creative outlets for communicating visually as we  allow our creative process to unfold. Bring an idea or just and open mind and some curiosity- NO prior experience or skill required! This is a two session experience. 

Dates: May 20 & June 3
Time: 9:45am-11:30am
Cost: $18 for two sessions
Location: Har HaShem's South building Community Room

Registration required (space is limited)

About Leah Friedman: Leah is an artist, therapist, and professor currently serving as faculty and Chair of the art therapy program at Naropa University. She has been training therapists and helping people utilize creative expression and healing for nearly 20 years. She enjoys making art, dancing, and tracking the phases of the moon. Leah is a foodie with lots of allergies, fundamentally pragmatic, yet deeply superstitious. She fiercely loves the blended biological and logical family she has cultivated with care and agony. She finds herself deep in the sandwich of middle-age with a partner, a freshly b’nai mitzvah-ed teenager, and a mother living with dementia in her home. She is a voracious reader, a very good listener, and a passionate advocate for equality.




Mon, June 24 2024 18 Sivan 5784