Jewish Learning and the Arts: Realizing the Potential
Art is a core vehicle for creating and sustaining modern Jewish life. For learners who want to be viscerally engaged in exploring the many dimensions of the Jewish experience, for parents who want to see their children acquire tools that will serve them well throughout their lives (and do so joyfully), for teachers who want to reach every child, and for administrators who want to see their programs flourish and full of young people, for funders who want tangible results from their investments, the arts are not an option; they are a necessity.
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To help Jewish education fully take advantage of this power and potential, Avoda Arts, the Foundation for Jewish Culture, and JESNAs Lippman Kanfer Institute joined forces in 2009, with support from the Lippman Kanfer Family Foundation, to explore potential strategies for expanding and enhancing the role of the arts in K-12 Jewish education.
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