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Nancy Kotz will explore an overview of artworks related to the seven day-harvest festival of Sukkot (Hebrew for “Tabernacles”). It is the happiest of biblical holidays and celebrates the bounty of nature. A fragile booth and four species of plants represent the agricultural world.
THE ART OF SUKKOT program includes woodcuts, etchings, illuminated manuscripts, papercuts, silver and wood etrog boxes, paintings, photographs and prints. It is a chronological and geographic overview of visual art objects and their symbolism related to Sukkot.