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David Moss: Mitzvah Beautifier

January 22 - January 24

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David Moss: Artist-in-Residence Series

Illuminator, Animator, and Transformer of Jewish texts, objects, spaces, and souls.

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ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE EVENTS

Monday, January 22

Chai Members Gala: 7:00 p.m.  (at the Boca Raton Museum of Art)
Illuminating TraditionMaster Illuminator,  David Moss, illuminates his own varied, surprising and delightful world as he leads us through a dizzying tour of his life-long mission of giving fresh, creative and aesthetic expression to Jewish texts ideas and values. Hang on as he shares his revival of old Jewish forms, manuscripts, graphics, artist books, prints, objects, furniture, architecture, educational programs. Judaism expressed in vivid new forms. Chai Gala for David Moss generously sponsored by Fred and Amy Weiss.

*By invitation only, to RSVP please contact lauren.berger@bnai-torah.org by Wednesday, January 17th.

Tuesday, January 23

Lunch & Learn The Moss Haggadah: 12:15 p.m.

Virtually every page of the Moss Haggadah is a fresh, creative exploration of the integration between text, art, and meaning. Artist David Moss will bring us into his surprising, intricate, emotional and intellectual reimagining of this most popular of Jewish books to understand why this Haggadah is different from all other Haggadot.  

Middle/High School Program* – Mapping Midot: 6:30 p.m.

Menschmaker, Mentschmaker Make Me A MenschSparked by artworks integrating both words and images we will explore traditional Middot – attributes of character – and create our own art based on our own personal values.

*Please RSVP to cathy.berkowitz@bnai-torah.org

Wednesday, January 24

Multi-media Presentation, Book Signing: 7:00 p.m.

Illuminating TraditionMaster Illuminator,  David Moss, illuminates his own varied, surprising and delightful world as he leads us through a dizzying tour of his life-long mission of giving fresh, creative and aesthetic expression to Jewish texts ideas and values. Hang on as he shares his revival of old Jewish forms, manuscripts, graphics, artist books, prints, objects, furniture, architecture, educational programs. Judaism expressed in vivid new forms.

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Start:
January 22
End:
January 24
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