This year, CJP and JArts launched the Community Creative Fellowship, a unique eight-month offering for two Boston-area creatives to focus on the creation of new Jewish work and to share their story and work with our community throughout the process.

Photography-based visual artist Adriana Katzew shares her Mexican Jewish identity through her work, rooted heavily in photography and bookmaking. Musician (violin and oud) Yoni Battat is exploring the many facets of his Mizrahi and Ashkenazi Jewish background through the creation of a new album.

Working in collaboration throughout spring 2021, Yoni and Adriana are holding community engagement workshops called “Making Tangible the Intangible: Objects That Hold Memory.” Extending this concept to the Passover seder, you can now join them.

In their workshops, Adriana and Yoni will use the lens of a thousand-year-old Hebrew poem to enable participants to rediscover the significance and life in their own sacred objects by journaling and sharing about them, and then photographing them.

Now, without joining this workshop, this Haggadah supplement enables you to participate and bring this concept into your own Passover seder.

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