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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

June 14 & 21: Ceramic Kiddush Cups

Location: The J’s Staenberg Family Complex, Arts & Education Building
Date: Wednesdays, June 14 & 21
Time: 7-9pm
Cost: $30

Local artist James Ibur returns for a two-week workshop to fabricate Kiddush cups in clay. In the first session, artists learn hand-forming techniques to mold their Kiddush cups. In the second class, artists glaze and complete their work. This workshop meets on two consecutive Wednesdays. All materials and light refreshments provided.

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July 13: Stained Glass Basics

Update on June 14: This event is sold out. To join the wait list, please contact Diane Maier, 314.442.3190.

Location: Craft Central, 8500 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis
Date: Thursday, July 13
Time: 6:30-9pm
Cost: $25

Stained glass has been used in synagogue decor for centuries. Prayer spaces are beautified with light-filled compositions illustrating Jewish emblems and stories. Create your own stained glass Star of David suncatcher in the Craft Central studio. Local glass artist Christine Jeep teaches participants how to cut, grind, foil and solder. All materials provided.

For more information about Stained Glass Basics, contact Diane Maier, 314.442.3190.

August 7: Love and Kakao Chocolate

Location: Kakao Chocolate, 7272 Manchester Rd, Maplewood
Date: Monday, August 7
Time: 7-9pm
Cost: $25

Celebrate Tu B’Av, the Jewish holiday of love, surrounded by sweets at St. Louis’ premier chocolatier, Kakao. Participants learn about the wonders of chocolate while making ganache, caramels and barks in the Kakao kitchen. Bring a loved one or treat yourself for a night of confection perfection!

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For more information about Love and Kakao Chocolate, contact Diane Maier, 314.442.3190.

August 22: Judaica Metal Tooling

Location: The J’s Staenberg Family Complex, Arts & Education Building
Date: Tuesday, August 22
Time: 7-9pm
Cost: $10

Local artist Deborah Katon teaches the art of metal tooling—a centuries-old embossing technique used to beautify Jewish artifacts. Participants will design, etch and patina wall hangings adorned with the hamsa, a protectant against evil, or chai symbol, the Hebrew word for “life”. Materials and light refreshments provided. Veteran metal-toolers and first-timers welcome.

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For more information about Judaica Metal Tooling, contact Leah Frankel, 314.442.3454.

For more information about the Jewish Arts & Soul Project, please contact Shira Kraft, Program Coordinator, 314.442.3111.
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