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I’ve been invited to teach a short class on papercutting at the JCC!

It will be announced in the next JCC Newsletter as follows:

Thursday, April 18th at 7pm

Celebrate Israel’s 65th birthday with a creation of your own. Learn the basics of the art of Jewish papercutting and make a “mizrach.” A “mizrach” is an ornamental picture hung on the east wall of a house or synagogue in the direction of Jerusalem towards which Jews face when praying. Use traditional symbols like hamsas, deers, lions, Hebrew letters, the tree of life or design something totally contemporary and new.

Materials fee: $15, payable to the instructor that evening.

Contact me if you have any questions about the class.

March 7th, 2013

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