The MEM Project offers Jewish art workshops to young adults in the greater Boston area.
Interested in a creative way to explore Jewish text?
painting workshop for adults
Two Tuesdays January 26 & February 2*
7 pm - 9 pm
*February 9 - snow date
Location: Temple Shalom in Newton
Cost: ONLY $18 (thanks to the generous support of the Open Your Eyes Fund for the Arts at Temple Shalom)
Taught by artist Tova Speter, this two week art workshop will invite participants (18+) to visually explore the energy of the creation text and the restfulness of Shabbat, and then paint a personal expression of both the beginning and the end of the creation story. No painting experience required - really.
Space is limited. Please register directly through host Temple Shalom by clicking here.
Please complete the form below to sign up for one of the workshops and/or to express interest in learning more about future workshop offerings.
Past Jewish Art Workshops/Courses (click links below to view pics!)
Solar Lantern Workshop (October 2014)
Art from the Heart Women's Workshop
LimmudBoston Community Art Project
Let There Be Light Chanukah Workshop
JBBBS MAGIC Event
Eser Art Workshop (April 2013)
Passover Art Series (March 2013)
Stained Glass Art Workshop (January 2013)
Tu B'shvat Art Workshop (January 2013)
Let There Be Light Course (December 2012)
Sparks of Hope Workshop @ Limmud (December 2012)
Downtown Lunchtime Mural Series (June 2012)
Passover Exploration of Art and Wine (March 2012)
The Art of Jewish Symbols and Jewish Spirit (February 2012)
Jewish Papercutting Course (January 2012)
JCC Diller Fellows Workshop (January 2012)
CJP CHAI Society Workshop (June 2011)
JCC Diller Fellows Workshop (November/December 2010)
Jamaica Plain Workshop (July 2010)
Sample curricula include:
• "Jews, Paper, Scissors… Cut!"- an exploration of Jewish Papercutting
• The Art of Jewish Symbols and Jewish Spirit
• Let There Be Light: A Visual Exploration of “Light” in the Bible
• Creating “Creation” – Exploring the beginning of the world through visual imagery
• The Art of Hebrew Names