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Jeremy Kagan “Paints the Torah”

Hosted By: Art And Scroll Studio

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It is said that everyone should write a copy of the Torah during their lifetimes. Jeremy will share his versions. He hopes the images entertain, provoke and inspire the viewer to further examinations and insights and will encourage people to explore more these remarkable writings. “Each illustration draws me closer to my history, our history, my family, our ancestors and to reminding me of the ethics, imagination, and abiding courage of our sages and our people. I have had the gift of being a Jew in America.”- Jeremy Kagan

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Art And Scroll Studio

Art and Scroll Studio is a monthly virtual program offered by the adult education department of Temple B'nai Tikvah, Calgary, in association with the American Guild of Judaic Art. Each episode offers a professionally curated gallery presentation and conversation with well-known Judaic artists. Shelley Werner, designer and award-winning speaker is the host of these events.
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