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Jewish Music Week 2020 Student Art Contest

A digital showcase of the Jewish Music Week's Student Art Contest winners, submitted under the theme of “My Favourite Jewish Music."

Type of Exhibition: Art, Music

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First Place: Grade 2: From the Darkness of the Night, the Torah Comes to Light by Doron Cohen

Since the start of Jewish Music Week in 2011, the Student Art Contest has grown and become a significant feature of our festival. The theme this year was “My Favourite Jewish Music” and hundreds of students across the GTA submitted artwork. 

The results were outstanding and this exhibit features the winners, finalists and honourable mentions. We are very grateful to the many schools and gifted art teachers who continue to promote and support this program, and who encourage their students to think creatively.  

We thank our 2020 judges, Ian Leventhal, Zoe Haber-Kucharsky, and Sam Mogelonsky for their time and expertise. How fortunate we are to have such talented and generous professionals in our midst! Mostly, we are indebted to the creativity, vision and imagination of our artists whose work in this exhibit is an inspiration for all of us!

Click here to view the online gallery!

Aliza Spiro, Artistic Director
Judy Jacobs, Managing Director
Cheryl Cappe, Chairman,
Jewish Music Week Student Art Contest

 

The MNjcc Virtual Gallery is a digital home for creativity that educates, entertains and expresses shared experiences of humanity. If you have questions or would like to purchase artwork, please contact Ian Mcnulty, Coordinator of Adult Art and Culture at ianm@mnjcc.org.

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A Kultura Collective Member

In partnership with

Jewish Music Week

Start Date:

August 1, 2020

End Date:

August 31, 2020

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