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I HEART ART: Integrating Jewish Arts and Culture into your work through collaboration.

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by josh feldman on 16 February 2013

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Transcript of I HEART ART: Integrating Jewish Arts and Culture into your work through collaboration.

The Six Points Fellowship in Los Angeles is made possible with the generous support of: The Six Points Fellowship in Los Angeles is made possible with the generous support of: From top left: Bar Mitzvah, Untitled, Adam and Eve and The Gentle Gentile William Deutsch Depiction of Isaac Still from “Dude, Where's my Chutzpah?” Jessie center sixpointsfellowship.org New York Office:
c/o Foundation for Jewish Culture
330 7th Avenue, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10001
P: 718-675-9066
Twitter handle: @6pts

Los Angeles Office:
453 S. Spring St #1118
Los Angeles CA 90013
Twitter handle: @6ptsLA
P:323.578.8141 Six Points is a project of http://vimeo.com/41378312# Your Six Words Write your Six-Word Jewish Memoir Sharing and Intro's Exploring Terms I HEART ART:
Integrating Jewish Arts and Culture into your work through collaboration. More 6 word stories? Ways of working “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” - Henry Ward Beecher  (author, abolitionist) Who to ask? Where to find them? Finding the right artist Art Space Match sparks conversation and community. The synagogue community is happy. Sarah and her dancers lead new dance classes for kids and seniors.   Now… Sarah is happy. She brings her dancers to the rehearsal space, and her dancers bring new audiences into the synagogue. Now… They have space. Beth Shalom Israel David Chasidim Habonim Shalom Tzedek is a lovely synagogue. Sarah needs rehearsal space for her upcoming show. Low on money?

Let’s get creative! Artists are Experts The kind of work you do…
Where are you from?

What brings you here today?

What is your experience integrating art into your work? Know what you want:

What are the goals of this collaboration?

Understand who you are working with: Artist, artist-educator, etc. Preparing for Collaboration Art Space Match connected them. Sarah is a dancer. Meet Sarah. Making Art an Institutional Priority Collaboration
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