Learn Talmud Like an Artist with Jacqueline Nicholls, live from the U.K.
Dedicated in honor of CSP Board Member and Artist, Davida Gregory
What does an artist notice that a yeshiva student might not see? When the hands are busy, the mind is thinking differently and the art making process offers new ways to subvert and create meaning. Using a variety of mediums, Jacqueline uses her art to engage with traditional Jewish texts and heritage in untraditional ways. Daf Yomi is the study of a page of Talmud a day, once only practiced in traditional communities, it’s now popular across the Jewish world. Draw Yomi is Jacqueline’s project that draws inspiration from the day's Talmud page, and offers a different perspective on the text.
Sponsor: Community Scholar Program (CSP)