SHADOW PUPPETS PRESENTED BY DANIEL BARASH
Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 11:15 am
Beck Family Campus
*SPECIAL 12:00 pm DISMISSAL TIME FOR ALL STUDENTS*
We are pleased to bring this amazing workshop to our Religious School students! Using the ancient art of shadow puppetry, in which shadows are cast upon a lit screen, Jewish stories and folktales from around the world are brought to life, fostering a love of Jewish stories that inspires a life of Jewish learning. Parents are invited to join their children for an hour of fun and laughter.
Daniel Barash holds a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from New York University. He led arts-in-education workshops for more than a decade on the East Coast before relocating to California in 2009.
Daniel has pioneered the use of shadow puppetry, an ancient Asian art form, in diverse secular and Jewish settings. He has performed a one-man educational theater program for more than 100,000 students across the United States. As one of 43 teaching artists selected for inclusion on the John F. Kennedy Center’s National Teaching Artist Roster, Daniel has brought his shadow puppetry to 17 states over the past two years.
All classes will attend the show in the Kehillah Center and will be dismissed at 12:00 pm.