Art and Aesthetics

Art and Aesthetics

The study and practice of the arts can serve as a powerful vehicle for learning. This issue presents ways that the arts can deepen intellectual inquiry as well as sparking creativity, engage students' hearts and minds in science, literature, and all aspects of Jewish studies, expose learners to provocative, contemporary issues of culture and politics, and draw meaningful connections across the curriculum and among people.

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HaYidion Art and Aesthetics Summer 2016

Articles From This Issue

  • From Pride in the Past to Excitement for the Future
    Dr. Marc Kramer and Dr. Idana Goldberg
  • The Tapestry of Art and Science
    Annette Calloway MEd
  • A Jewish Design Lab for High School Students
    Rabbi Charlie Schwartz
  • Developing Jewish Artists
    Rebecca Guber
  • The Spiritual Heart of Aesthetic Art: Elementary Education
    Cheryl Kleinman-Khalou
  • School Advancement Through Visual Communication
    Orna Siegel
  • A Dialogue Between Paintings and Jewish Texts
    Michal Bergman
  • Jewish Artist in Residence: Catalyst and Symbol Maker
    Benny Ferdman
  • Innovative Ways that Visual Art Can Deepen Judaic Learning in High Schools
    Chani Newman
  • Teaching with Contemporary Art
    Janine Okmin
  • Hanukkah in 4D: Bringing the Israel Museum to the Middle School Rabbinics Classroom
    Rebecca Friedman-Charry and Sara Beckerman
  • Dear Cooki: Smoothing Transitions
    Cooki Levy
  • Singing Together
    Yehudah Katz
  • A Personal Reflection from the RAVSAK Board Chair
    Rebekah Farber
  • Starting with Art: An Approach to Revitalize Jewish Study
    Ilana Benson, Gabriel Goldstein
  • A Tribute to RAVSAK's Double Chai
    Barbara Davis, Executive Editor
  • Spiritual Healing of Memories through Art: Holocaust Imagery and Theology
    Karen Dresser PhD
  • The Tallit Project: Infusing Art with Tefillah
    Jordan Herskowitz and Flora Yavelberg
  • Integrating the Arts and Jewish Learning
    David Moss
  • Visions of Torah
    Beth Fine and Rabbi Sarah Rensin
  • Exploring Social and Political Issues through Visual Arts
    Dr. Ofra Arieli Backenroth
  • Why Students Should Run the Show
    Aaron Margolis
  • The Yeshiva Poetry Society: A Pedagogical Model for Jewish Slam Poetry
    Hillel Broder and Aaron Roller
  • Midrash as Creative Writing
    Jake Marmer
  • When Creativity Nourishes the Mind, Soul and Heart
    Dr. Miriam Heller Stern
  • Day School Students Become Architectural Historians
    Einav Symons
  • Movement with Grace
    Sarah L. Kaufman
  • How Can Art Spark Thinking and Learning?
    Elizabeth Diament
  • Jewish Education Going Graphic: Classroom Strategies for Using Graphic Novels
    Talia Hurwich