1101 Peppertree Lane
Brandeis, CA 93064
Make your way to Southern California to ring in 2019 with a New Year’s Gala on AJU's Brandeis-Bardin Campus. Celebrate Shabbat with a traditional celebration and dinner, and engage in a scholarly investigation throughout the week on the following topics: The Art of Israel, Jewish Music and Inventing and Re-Inventing Jewish Identity. Activities also include campus walks, bingo, a book club and evening activities.
Best of all, you'll ...
- Embark on a visually stimulating journey through the Art of Israel.
- Examine Jewish Music through songs of worship, songs of healing and songs of togetherness (we may even sing together!).
- Delve into a fascinating exploration of Jewish Identity by examining some of the earliest Jewish texts. How do they speak to us today?
With Featured Expert John Paul Thornton
John Paul is an artist, educator and speaker and the author of “Art and Courage: Stories to Inspire the Artist-Warrior Within.” John Paul focused his Bachelor’s studies on the works of Hans Burkhardt and Saul Bernstein. He has lectured at institutions around the world including American Jewish University, Famllian Campus and Skirball Cultural Center. He has worked with the United Nations Foundation, received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, and been honored by the U.S. Congress for connecting art with social causes.