Join us for the kickoff of a year of events celebrating Hebrew College’s Centennial!
“Seeing Torah” is a visual diary documenting artist Anita Rabinoff-Goldman’s study and artistic response to each of the 54 portions of the Torah over the cycle of a single Jewish year. Each piece is a visual midrash in the tradition of Jewish creative commentary: imaginative re-envisionings as seen through a woman’s lens illuminating the spiritual, political and feminist lessons living in the Torah.
Accompanied by a short commentary, every piece allows viewers to consider how Torah can be a continuing source of learning and discourse and reflect on what it means to them.
**Please note: as of August 26, registration for the exhibit opening has been filled. Please email Mia Tavan to be added to the wait list at email@example.com.**
Exhibit viewing hours:
- September 12 – 30: Due to the numerous high holidays this month, we ask that you please call 617-559-8600 in advance to confirm whether the college will be open at your desired date and time.
- October through December 10: Mondays thru Thursdays 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Fridays 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.; Sundays 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
- Visitors must be masked to come into the building.
The exhibit, which will be presented in Hebrew College’s Ted Cutler Atrium, is sponsored through the generosity of Deborah Feinstein and Susan Schechter.+ More... - Less...
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