Virtual Chanukah Zentangle: A Guided Meditative Doodling Experience
Tuesday, November 30 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 amFree
De-stress with Zentangle!
Looking to take a break, de-stress, and make art all at the same time? Lose yourself in a session of guided, meditative doodling that begins with a brief “Torah Tangle” introduction by Rabbi Cantor Arlene Bernstein and ends with a piece of art created by you! Do you have to be an artist? Definitely not. If you’ve ever doodled in the margins of a page, you can do this. Just grab a sharpened pencil, fine-tipped black pen, a plain piece of paper, and a Q-tip for paper-smudging. Certified Zentangle teacher Kathy Shapiro will guide you through easy, straightforward strokes that will leave you feeling relaxed and filled with delight. If you’ve never tried Zentangling, this is the perfect time! This event will not be recorded, so please register in advance and plan on attending live.
Materials List: 1 piece of paper, or sketchbook, 1 fine-tipped black pen (like a Micron 01), a sharp pencil, and a smudger (like a q-tip).
Rabbi Cantor Arlene Bernstein’s full bio can be found here: https://cbisd.org/about/clergy/rabbi-bernstein/
Kathy Shapiro is a certified Zentangle teacher. She has spent most of her career producing Broadway and off-Broadway theater and developing innovative arts programs to enhance community engagement. She is the founder of Magic Me, a celebrated intergenerational arts program in the UK. Teaching Zentangle is a natural integration of her love of arts and community connection.
This event is in collaboration with Nefesh SD: the New Center for Jewish Creativity.
There is no fee, but please RSVP for planning purposes. This event is held virtually on Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event. For more information, contact Program Director Ilene Tatro at firstname.lastname@example.org.