Posted by on Jun 23, 2011 in News, Upcoming Events | 0 comments

I am currently in my second year as a Commonwealth Speaker for the PA Humanities Council.  This appointment allows me to travel around the state lecturing on the history and vitality of Jewish Papercut art.  I find it very exciting to share this rather simple folk art form (What do you need? A piece of paper and scissors or a blade!) with people who have never encountered the intricacy and variety of papercuts that have specific calendric, ritual or family use, as most traditional Jewish papercuts do. Click here to see for yourself what the Humanities Council Speakers are up to.

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