What’s your tallit story?
Rabbi Sharon Sobel is pleased to launch TBS’s “Sharing Personal Tallit Memories” writing project. These stories will be collected, compiled and distributed during our Scholar/Artist in Residence Weekend February 3-5th, 2023 with Daniel Abramson.
Daniel is an educator, artist, environmentalist. We’ll be learning with him, creating an oversize painting-on-silk TBS tallit to be used for community events, and celebrating Tu B’shvat with our community-wide Tu B’shvat Festival on Sunday, February 5th, beginning at 9 am. (Stay tuned for details!)
Details for Written Submissions for this project, titled “Ufros Aleinu Sukkot Shlomeicha – Spread Over Us the Shelter of Your Peace” – Personal Tallit Memories
- All submissions must be submitted via Word format, or in the body of an email (any other format will not be accepted).
- Submission must include your full name, mobile number, and email address. Please indicate whether or not you give permission to publish your name with your submission.
- Submissions should please be a maximum of 400 words and should be proof-read for spelling and grammar corrections. (Please understand that submissions may be edited for brevity, clarity and/or grammar).
- Photos in jpg format are welcome (but not necessary)!
- Submissions can also take the form of a poem, a drawing or a photo with a paragraph explaining its significance.
- All submissions must involve the theme of “tallit,” and should be your own true memories (ie, we’re not looking for fiction at this time).
- All submissions should be emailed to: email@example.com by Thursday, January 19th. Submissions received after this date may not be included. (If you do not receive a reply that your submission was received, please call Rabbi Sobel to see if she received it.
- Mark Thompson’s tallit gifted to him by TBS on his 13th anniversary here.
- Mitch Cohen’s tallit that he purchased in the Old City of Jerusalem in 1992.
- Mike Winston’s tallit that he bought for his grandfather in Israel and is once again his, now that his grandfather is no longer alive.
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