Do you have or are you an artistic junior or high school student who is interested in creating Judaic art? The American Guild of Judaic Artists has started an interesting new project: The Judaic Visual Arts On-Line Mentoring Program. This program is open to students all over the world in grades 7-12. Students interested in creating Judaic art will be assigned a volunteer mentor from among the members of the American Guild of Judaic Artists. Mentors will be assigned based on how well they fit the needs and interests of the student.
The mentor will help guide and inspire the student in creating their own Judaic artwork through dialog, constructive critique and a schedule of action.Students have an opportunity to show their work and ask questions they may have. This program is FREE and students will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. The deadline for application is November 1, 2013.
To apply to the program visit the American Guild of Judaic Artists website or download the documents below:
Photo: Abundance by Karen Dresser, one of the mentors in the new program. Photo courtesy the artist.
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