A nigun is a melody sung without words. The tune is repeated over and over during worship services and around the Shabbat table, and becomes a form of prayer.
Printmakers Shelby Feltoon, Stacey Friedman and Emily Mogavero create visual counterpoints to the nigun through repetition, pattern and abstraction.
The exhibit will run through Jan. 9.
Presented in partnership with the Jewish Arts Collaborative. JArts and Mayyim Hayyim share a passion for featuring inspiring local art. Join us for three co-curated shows throughout the year.
1838 Washington St
Newton, MA 02466
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