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Sunday, March 6 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Exploring Religious Identity: A Hands-On Creative Workshop

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This session revolves around having participants discuss and debate their understanding of the word religious and consider a broader, and potentially more nuanced, definition of the word as a way to strengthen the religiosity of one's own Jewish identity, regardless of practice. The session will be conducted as a workshop in which participants will have time to draw and illustrate, to reflect and share, and to discuss the complicated nature of defining the word "religious". Through conversation and art, participants will (hopefully) leave with a new way of thinking about their own Jewish identity.

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Matt Reingold

Dr. Matt Reingold completed his PhD in Jewish Education from York University in 2015. A Wexner Fellow, Matt researches the intersection between the fine arts and Jewish identity and how learning through the arts can lead to new ways about thinking about ones Jewishness. Matt has been teaching at TanenbaumCHAT for the past eight years in the Jewish History, Jewish Thought, and Tanach departments.


Sunday March 6, 2016 5:00pm - 5:50pm
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