Hybrid. A panel discussion with Rabbi Joanna Samuels, CEO of the Manhattan JCC; Talya Zax, innovation editor of the Forward; and Tobi Kahn, artist. Moderated by Mattie Kahn.
Sun, Oct 2, 6:30–7:30 pm, Free
More info and in-person registration HERE
For online viewing register here.
IMKHA, a sukkah created by artist Tobi Kahn for the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, is an installation consisting of 13 interrelated, sculpted, painted wooden panels that constitute a single work of art. The design of this sukkah juxtaposes elements of scales, with shapes and shadows modifying each other to form an eloquent assembly.
Cosponsored by the Orange County Community Scholar Program and the Forward.
This sukkah was commissioned by Zelda R. Stern in loving memory of her husband Stanley I. Rosenzweig, who loved Sukkot.