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Videos & Classes

Creating the Hanukkah Stamp for USPS

Overview of Jeanette's Art

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 2022

Making a Glass Donor Wall for a synagogue


Making of a Tile Wall for a synagogue

Making a Torah Cover for Prague

Making of a Holocaust Memorial

How I make a Huppah

How to do Papercutting in 5 steps


Make a Matzo Cover

How to decorate your Challah Cover

Make your own placecards

Watch Jeanette's 5 minute studio tour:

Recording of zoom session with Irv and Jeanette, 1 hour


Journey into the history of Judaic art, take a live virtual group class, or bring Jeanette to speak at an event. 

Live classes & Workshops

Classes are personalized for your group, and range from 10-98 people. 

Zoom link, registration, and supply list provided by Jeanette.


Learn about the history of the Huppah, the Jewish marriage canopy. We examine styles of huppot and all the ways you can make a huppah.

Art of the Huppah


Learn about the history of Jewish papercutting, tour Jeanette's studio, and make a papercut piece of art in this hands-on workshop. Jeanette has taught this papercutting workshop to more than 1000 people since April 2020. This is an informative and fun hour for everyone, even if you have never done any art. Jeanette provides the designs. Appropriate for adults and teens.



Learn about the history of the Jewish marriage contract, the range of styles of ketubot and artists, and many ways you can make a ketubah.

Art of the Ketubah


Jeanette shares many new ideas on how to make your seder super interactive, artistic and engaging.

An Engaging Seder


The history, artistry, and significance of this ancient and modern Jewish symbol. From the Temple in Jerusalem to the founding of the modern State of Israel, the seven-branched menorah has been a strong symbol of the Jewish people. In this one-hour class, Jeanette takes us through history and various forms as we explore the meaning and many variations on the Menorah.

The Menorah


Jeanette takes you through the process of creating art for synagogues. From Torah mantles and Ark curtains to stained glass and mosaics, learn about art inside our synagogues and how the art is created. Jeanette has worked with more than 400 synagogues around the world. You will take a 5-minute tour of her studio and learn about many art forms, rituals, styles and interiors of synagogues. If your synagogue worked with Jeanette, she will teach about how she made your art.

Being a Judaic Artist

Prerecorded Classes