Sinai Schools’ art show celebrates students’ artistic creations
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Sinai Schools’ art show celebrates students’ artistic creations

Art show sponsors Diane Lempert and Joseph Sprung, the executive director and the chairman and founder of Bear Givers, third and fourth from left, are flanked, from left, by Sinai’s development director, Pam Ennis; the school’s communications director, Abigail Hepner Gross; and the school’s dean, Rabbi Dr. Yisrael Rothwachs.
Art show sponsors Diane Lempert and Joseph Sprung, the executive director and the chairman and founder of Bear Givers, third and fourth from left, are flanked, from left, by Sinai’s development director, Pam Ennis; the school’s communications director, Abigail Hepner Gross; and the school’s dean, Rabbi Dr. Yisrael Rothwachs.

More than 300 people from across the communities served by Sinai Schools came out on May 15 to celebrate Sinai students at the school’s art show, held in Rain, an event space in Teaneck.

The show, a highlight of Sinai’s academic year since 2014 — but on pandemic-caused hiatus for two years — was sponsored by Bear Givers. It was an opportunity for students, families, and community members to come together in person and celebrate the students’ artwork.

Art is a tool that helps many of Sinai’s students communicate, making the messages on many of their canvases both meaningful and inspiring.

The artwork is also online; Sinai supporters and art lovers can buy it on canvas, mugs, mousepads, and greeting cards. All proceeds support Sinai’s Paley-Mironov art therapy program.

For more information, go to www.sinaischools.org/content/2022-student-art-show

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