Temple Beth Sholom of Orange County’s Artist/Scholar-in-Residence Weekend: February 3-5, 2023
“Ufros Aleinu Sukkat Shlomeicha – Spread Over Us the Shelter of Your Peace”
Through art, story, text, and other activities we’ll:
• Celebrate community of all ages
• Create a TBS communal tallit to be used for Consecration, Mi Sheberach and other group occasions
• Explore our relationship to our history, tradition, God and ourselves
• Celebrate Tu B’shvat with a community-wide Tu B’shvat Festival, Sunday morning, February 3rd. Included for each attendee is an Acai bowl from Acai Republic!
About Daniel Abramson
Daniel Abramson is an artist and experiential Jewish educator. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Ontario College of Art and Design and a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Toronto. His passion for arts education began as a teenager when he worked as the ceramics specialist at Jewish summer camp in western Canada and eventually led him to the Toronto Heschel School where he developed new ways to engage learners is creative symbolic work as a way of understanding the world. Daniel’s recent artistic work focuses Hebrew calligraphy way to foster a sense of closeness with Jewish text. As an arts educator, Daniel designs projects that focus the arts as a vehicle for exploring identity inside and beyond the classroom. Daniel has facilitated numerous collaborative community projects for organizations including Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto, The Reform Jewish Community of Canada, and the Foundation for Jewish Camp.
This program is partially funded by a grant from the Albert and Rhoda Weissman Arts Endowment Fund, a joint program of Jewish Community Foundation Orange County and Jewish Federation of Orange County.
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