As a kid, when I faced a problem I couldn't figure out, my mom would ask me, "Have you made art about it yet?" She helped me discover that making art is a powerful way to work through uncertainty and can open up pathways to new insights and possibilities.
Now, as a rabbi, entrepreneur and mother, I call on the creative tools and processes I first learned as a child to engage the biggest questions in my life. We created the Jewish Studio Project to share these tools with others in service of making life more meaningful, Judaism more vibrant and the world more just.
We are living through uncertain times and our creativity is a vital, yet largely untapped, resource for navigating the complexity of our lives and the big questions facing our world. JSP's spiritual technology and one-of-a-kind Jewish arts studio are designed for this purpose - to help us: