With the holiday season fast approaching, we hope you will join us for a pre-Hanukkah Lion of Judah* and Road to Lion* gathering!
Let's connect and see firsthand how creating art in celebration of the holiday is bringing communities around Boston together and showcasing the strength, innovation, and resiliency of our Jewish community.
Together, we’ll learn about CJP’s pivotal work to enhance a vibrant and engaging Jewish arts and culture ecosystem from CJP’s Sophie Krentzman and hear about CJP’s partnership with organizations like the Jewish Arts Collaborative (JArts).
We will get a sneak peek at the Hanukkah art installation project, Brighter Connected, facilitated by artist Tova Speter, before it is unveiled to the public during JArts' Hanukkah celebration event on December 9. Tova will lead us in an interactive art project designed to connect us to the community and bring a sense of calmness into our lives. Please have a piece of paper, and a Sharpie or other pen handy — no other art supplies are needed.
We will also hear from one of our very own Lions, Kerry Epstein, about her Lion of Judah journey and her commitment to the arts.
We hope you will join us for what promises to be an inspiring, creative, and celebratory evening!
This event is free of charge, but registration is required to receive the link to attend. Please register by Sunday, December 6.
*Lion of Judah represents the strength and caring of today's Jewish woman and serves as a symbol of her financial commitment of at least $5,000 to CJP's Annual Campaign.
*Road to Lion represents a woman who aspires to become a Lion of Judah. To start your journey, we ask that you consider making a multi-year commitment to increase your gift to CJP’s Annual Campaign over the course of the next two to three years, bringing you to the Lion of Judah level of $5,000 or more.