Chabad of Monmouth, NJ
Congregation Anshai Torah, Dallas
Congregation Beth El, Bethesda, MD
Congregation Beth Sholom, Teaneck
Congregation B'nai Jacob, CT
Hadassah of Needham, Metro West
Rabbinical Assembly, NYC
Synagogue Emanuel, Charleston
Temple Aliyah, Needham, MA
Temple Beth Shalom, Cherry Hill, NJ
Temple Israel, West Bloomfield, MI
Tree of Life Congregation, Pittsburgh
Valley Beth Shalom, Los Angeles
Classes & Workshops
Classes are personalized for your group, 10 - 98 people.
Reserve as a Judaic Art Series or an individual class.
Jeanette handles the zoom link, registration, and supplies.
Contact Jeanette to reserve dates for your group.
Learn about the history of Jewish papercutting and make a papercut piece of art in this hands-on workshop. Jeanette has taught this papercutting workshop to more than 1000 people in 2020. This is an informative and fun hour for everyone, even if you have never done any art. Jeanette provides the designs. You also learn a little of the history of Jewish papercutting and take a 5-minute video tour of Jeanette's studio.
Make Your Own Family Tree - Two-Session Workshop
Design and make your own family tree in this 2-session hands-on workshop. This workshop is for anyone who would like to create a family tree (no experience necessary). Bring your family tree information with you. Together with Jeanette, you will design and create a family tree. You will have a choice of the art form (papercutting, painting, etc) and Jeanette will work with each participant to create a unique family tree.
Using examples from her 35-year career as a Judaic artist, 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.
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.