Sun, Nov 18 | 1:00-4:30 pm | The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco | Register here

Experience the thrill of unexpected discoveries, the focused energy from working with a chevrutah (study/creation partner), and the joy of learning while preparing for Hanukkah in personal, tangible ways.

Choose 1 of 5 concurrent maker sessions, each designed and facilitated by a team of a master educator and an expert maker. Workshops offer a constellation of themes related to the spiritual opportunities of Hannukah (or challenges presented by the holiday). Each session will weave together Jewish sources and art making in light of shared existential questions of meaning that require all of our unique perspectives.

Open to all and requiring no prior background in text study or art making, this is an opportunity to develop your own richly informed understanding of the holiday of Hanukkah and bring home a personal creation that will deepen and enliven your Hanukkah experience.

Master educators and makers include: Deena Aranoff, Yosef Rosen, Peretz Wolf-Prusan, Jeremy Morisson, and Tamar Zaken; Arielle Tonkin, Daniel Barash, Dorielle Parker, Natan Kuchar and Jessica Tamar Deutsch.

Co-presented by Lehrhaus Judaica (lehrhaus.org), Atiq: A Jewish Maker Institute (atiqmakers.org), and The Contemporary Jewish Museum (thecjm.org)