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JLive with Emily Bhargava and Tova Speter

Hosted By: Jewish Arts Collaborative

Artists Emily Bhargava and Tova Speter are the creators behind Brighter Revealed, part of the JArts Hanukkah 2021 celebration. Join them as they share the process of
working with students across the Greater Boston area in creating this project.

JLive is our series of virtual cultural experiences. Meet some of the best Boston area talent, telling their Jewish story through art.

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Emily Bhargava

Emily Bhargava designs large and small mosaics, stained glass and other glass works for residential and public installation. Working in the traditional media of stained glass and mosaic, Emily also crosses boundaries and integrates contemporary techniques and non-traditional materials to make playful, textured and stunning works that change the experience of a space.
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Tova Speter

I am an artist, art therapist, art educator, and arts consultant based at Gorse Mill Studios in Needham, MA. I regularly facilitate multiple projects including teaching art workshops, consulting with community organizations, and engaging various communities in creating murals. I work with people of all ages and abilities, in a range of settings, and utilizing a number of different modalities and materials. I have led collaborative art experiences for over 40 organizations including Pfizer, the Boys and Girls Club, Jewish Children and Family Services, Camp Ramah of New England, the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, and the Justice Resource Institute, among others. My work has been exhibited in local businesses, independent galleries, and Open Studios since 2003; and my mural projects have been empowering communities since 2005 both in the greater Boston area and internationally in Argentina, China, Panama, and Israel. I also have a private practice offering art therapy and mental health counseling services based in Needham, MA, information for which can be found by clicking here. I welcome any comments and/or inquiries about my work and would really appreciate any donations of scrap wood that you might otherwise think to throw away.
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