October 1, 2017 @ 3:00 pm
Mittleman Jewish Community Center
6651 SW Capitol Hwy
Len Steinberg

We will begin by reflecting together as to how spirituality is expressed in a painting, photograph, song, dance, poem, a work in clay, and a sculpture by Jewish artists. Guided study of the High Holiday prayer “Ki Hinei Kachomer–For We Are Like Clay” will then inform the opportunity for participants to create and share a preliminary response to the prayer in your own art form. Please arrive early, bringing any art materials you may need and a protective table covering if appropriate.  Bio: Rabbi Dr. Goldie Milgram, MSW is founder and Dean of the Institute for Jewish Spiritual Education, a division of Reclaiming Judaism and President of the Association of Professional Jewish Artists. Author of nine books, she is also a painter, liturgist, composer, and a Maggid-Educator. Her initiatives and works have been honored by the Covenant Foundation, National Jewish Book Awards, and featured by the Jewish Futures Conference. www.ReclaimingJudaism.org

Register: www.oregonjcc.org/creatingart

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