MEET the President of the Charles J. Connick Stained Glass Foundation and visit the current exhibition of Connick’s work at Historic Newton’s Jackson Homestead as part of a series of events in the Shine the Light series of 2014!
Cost: only $5, registration link coming soon…
The Shine the Light initiative is a series of explorations designed to discover the beauty and power of light.
What happens when light passes through colored glass and lights up a sacred space? Why are we so moved by the beauty of the Chanukah lights? What is the significance of light in the Torah? What’s happening at the intersection of art and technology that can enrich our connection to each other and illuminate our Jewish lives?
Launched in March 2014, coinciding with the gift of extra sunlight courtesy of Daylight Savings, Shine the Light’s series of programs, workshops and learning opportunities will follow in the spring and fall of this year, culminating in a celebration of the arts and the power of light in December, as we prepare to welcome Chanukah, the Festival of Lights, 5775. Open Your Eyes to the beauty around you as a way of exploring Jewish life and our community.
Event Location: Jackson Homestead, Historic Newton
527 Washington Street, Newton, 02458