Events
CREATIVE SPIRITUALITY:
JEWISH EDUCATION AND THE ARTS
Sunday, November 9, 2003
14 Heshvan 5764
Yeshiva University Museum
at the Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street
New York City

Program
8:45 Registration
9:15 Greetings: Sylvia A. Herskowitz
Director, Yeshiva University Museum

Introduction to the Challenge: Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm
Chancellor & Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva University

9:45 Session I: A View from the Tradition

"Towards Ahavat Hashem in the Arts"
Rabbi Chaim Brovender
President, ATID

"Rabbi Soloveitchik, Art and Aesthetics"
Rabbi Shalom Carmy
Faculty, Yeshiva University

Questions & Audience Discussion

11:15 Workshop Session: A View from the Studio
Quieting the mind as a means towards thinking, feeling and meaningful encounters.
Chair: Ophir Agassi, Artist
Concurrent workshop sessions with studio artists
12:30 Lunch
1:15 Session II: A View from the School
Chair: Gabriel Goldstein, Curator, Yeshiva University Museum

Video Clip and Panel Discussion (Panel in formation)

Tobi Kahn, Artist, Professor of Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts & Artist-in-Residence, SAR High School, Riverdale, NY
Dr. Elizabeth Lazaroff, Arts Educator, Stern College
Elana Silton Moskowitz, Judaic Arts and Limudai Kodesh
Instructor, fmr. Maimonides School
Archie Rand, Painter, Muralist, Professor of Visual Arts, Columbia University
Rabbi Moshe Simkovich, Head of School, Stern Hebrew High School, Philadelphia
R. Alan Stadtmauer, Principal, Yeshiva of Flatbush High School

Questions & Audience Discussion

3:30 Concluding Observations
Program subject to change!
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