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Jewish Arts & Soul Project

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Featuring Jewish-themed art, spiritual, health and wellness workshops for men and women in their 20s through 50s. Join the Jewish Arts & Soul Project in creative spaces throughout St. Louis for unique experiences that nourish the mind, body and spirit. It’s a new way to engage! Generously funded in part by the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.

Upcoming Events

December 19 - Ceramic Challah Platter

Location: Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur
Date & Time: Thursday, December 19| 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $25; space is limited.

Celebrate the warmth of family, food and Shabbat as we create our own ceramic challah platter. You will be taught how to form the platter and then hand-decorate with patterns, textures or images. The completed dish will be fired for you. Dishwasher and microwave safe.

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February 9 - Terrariums for Tu B'Shevat

Location: Bowood Farms (1605 Olive Street, 63108)
Date & Time: Sunday, February 9 | 2-3:30pm
Cost: $30

Celebrate the Jewish New Year for Trees! Make a terrarium at Bowood Farms. Learn the art and science of these miniature glass greenhouses. Registration includes all materials to leave with your own terrarium. Arrive early to enjoy Bowood’s nursery, home and garden shop, or Café Osage.

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March 5 - The Flavors of Purim

Location: Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur
Date & Time: Thursday, March 5| 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $25

Explore the fl avors of Purim with local baker Michal Koshner as we discover new takes on the classic hammentaschen – both original and gluten free! Leave with your own selection of freshly-baked Purim treats and the recipes to recreate them at home.

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April 21 - A Painting of Peace

Location: Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur
Date & Time: Thursday, April 21| 6:30-8:30pm
Cost: $30

Learn from local artist Jeff Kapfer, who combines his graphic design influence with his childhood obsession with birds to create vibrant light-hearted paintings inspired by friends, family and everyday life. His work has been shown throughout St. Louis including Houska Gallery, SIBA Gallery and the Saint Louis Art Fair in Clayton, Mo. Drawing on Jeff’s love of birds, participants will receive their own canvas with a dove illustration to paint, taking inspiration from themes of peace and hope, which the dove represents in Judaism.

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Presented by The Ruth & Harold Sher Center of Jewish Life. 

For more information about the Jewish Arts & Soul Project, please contact Amy Bornstein, Director of Literary & Jewish Arts, 314.442.3152.
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