Tu BiShvat is the Jewish celebration of the wonders of our natural world; it is an opportunity to connect to Earth rhythms, slowing down enough to hear what our soil, trees, oceans, deserts, and forests are saying, and a chance to uncover new learnings and unforeseen connection, if only we take a minute to listen. Join us as we use creative process and text-based discussion to slow down and listen to the harmonious voices of the natural world.
For veterans and newbies to the Jewish Studio Process alike! In this moment of great uncertainty, activating our creativity through art making can help us be present to what is and imagine what might be. In this 90 minute session we will explore the power of art making in virtual community as a tool for personal and collective renewal. Using the Jewish Studio Process - a unique methodology combining practices from the field of art therapy with a reimagined approach to Jewish learning and spirituality - we will process, ground, connect, and tap into the hope and possibility that creativity offers in times of challenge.
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