JNF Future Art & Photography Workshop
Join the Jewish National Fund of Hamilton for a creative workshop of your choice with wine, food, and friends!
- VENUE The residence of Luba and Yves Apel, Hamilton, (ON), Canada
This event has already occurred. However, you are welcome to make a gift to the Mashabim Elementary School Library project, by scrolling to the bottom of this page. Thank you for your generous support of JNF!
JNF Future Hamilton is excited to host two FREE creative workshops in one night with wine, food, and friends!
Choose between the following two creative workshops to take part in:
Tel Aviv Paint Night: Welcome to the vibrant and creative experience of Tel Aviv Paint Night! This event combines art, socializing, and the unique energy of Tel Aviv, Israel's cultural hub. Whether you're an experienced artist or a beginner, Tel Aviv Paint Night offers a fun and interactive environment for everyone. Participants will be guided with step-by-step instructions to create a beautiful Tel Aviv sunset skyscape.
Photography Jewish Identity Workshop with Your Cell Phone: In this interactive workshop, we will explore the fascinating intersection of photography, Jewish identity, and the powerful tool that is your cell phone camera. Together, we will embark on a visual journey to capture the essence of Jewish culture, traditions, and personal connections using the convenience of your mobile device.
This event was generously sponsored by:
Janet Weisz & Gerald Asa
Luba and Yves Apel
Funds raised from the event will support the JNF Future Project – The Ramat HaNegev Mashabim Elementary School Library.
About The Project
Ramat HaNegev Regional Council considers the investment in innovative, high-quality education a top priority, not only for the welfare of our communities but also as a key component for the successful development of the Negev, enabling the necessary population growth. This year, your donation will help fund the Mashabim Elementary School Library. Mashabim Elementary School is the largest school in the council with over 560 students from 13 different communities. As the population grows, the school is constantly absorbing new students, ages 6-14. The library is central for the fulfillment of the school’s core values of inclusivity, independent learning, and civil responsibility. The goal is to renovate the library and create a place to transform youth into social leaders!
Donations to this important project can be made in the registration form below.