Hakhel – Visual Art Gathering in Brooklyn

Manifest your soul print. Sunday May 22, 2016 features an art event to bring artists together in this Shnat Hakhel – year of unity, to offer and draw inspiration from each other. Its goal is to offer Jewish artists a fresh dose of inspiration as to the “why” (purpose), “how” (process) and “what” (product) of the art we create.

The event is open to the public.

Razag Ballroom – 739 E New York Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11203

$8 Admission- Wine & Cheese

Live streaming 2-6 pm

Presenters:

Michoel Muchnik – Foremost Chassidic Artist: From Vision To FramingMuchnikarts.com

Shimona Tzukernik – Founder of  Kabbalahcoach.com: A Behind The Scenes Look At The Creative Process

Rabbi Mendel Kaplan – Director of  Chabadflamingo.com : The Meaning & Magic of Jewish Art

More info here

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About Hakhel: This Hebrew year of 5776 is called Shnat Hakhel. During Temple times it was observed by a Royal National Assembly in the Beit HaMikdash. The entire nation, men, women and children would gather together on the second day of the festival called Sukkot to listen to the Torah scroll being read. Participating in this unique septennial national convocation was the source of incredible inspiration that carried the people forward and brought them abundant divine blessings.

In these days of Golut (exile), we no longer have the opportunity to fulfill this commandment literally. However, the Lubavitcher Rebbe suggested that in our time we can utilize every opportunity available – all year long – to promote Jewish unity through unique Torah-focused inspirational gatherings.

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