The Creative Process of Teshuva
Hosted By: Jewish Studio Project
During the month of Elul, we turn inward to prepare for the High Holidays. Teshuva (repentance or return) is the primary spiritual work of this season. What has been broken that could be repaired? What sits at our core that we want to return to? Teshuva itself is inherently creative, encouraging us to pause, reflect, and reimagine. Over the course of four consecutive sessions, explore the power of art-making in the process of teshuva, gaining a tool for the spiritual work both in and beyond the High Holiday season. Come to one session or all four, no prior experience necessary.
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