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Self-Portraits: An All Ages Experience

March 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

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March 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


March 14
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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Self-Portraits: An All Ages Experience

Hanoch Piven is an International Israeli artist who will guide us to create self-portraits, made with everyday, found objects in our homes, stimulating us to look at our world in a playful new way.

Who Should Attend

This is an interactive program for all ages – invite your grandparents or grandchildren to participate together with you – even from a distance! This is a great way to connect and feel a little bit closer. Participate as an individual or as a family.

How to Prepare for this Experience

Start collecting. Create energy in your household about the experience and watch your mind get creative. The more stuff we’ll have around, the easier those creative ideas will come to us.

Anything can be useful. Here are some examples:

Old un-needed bottle tops, buttons, screws, stickers, pins, old small toys, little figures, combs, hairpins, feathers, old computer parts, any plastic toys for young children, screws, nails, leaves, branches and pebbles from the garden etc.

The more stuff on the table, the more opportunity and excitement you’ll generate.

Additional details about suggested supplies available upon registration.

More about Hanoch

Hanoch Piven (www.pivenworld.com) has appeared throughout the last 30 years in most major American magazines and newspapers such as Time, Newsweek, Rolling Stone. In addition to his editorial work, Piven has written books for children, iPad Apps, TV programs and exhibitions, receiving multiple professional awards.

Piven’s colorful and witty collage method opens a window, which allows the participants to easily perceive the basic principles of creativity, whether in art, education, or life.

Since 2003, Piven has been conducting creative workshops which apply the principles of his collage technique and geared at both children and adults.

Piven has lectured and taught in many Art Schools around the world such as Harvard, The School of Visual Arts, China Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing, Bezalel and Shenkar in Israel and in many organizations and conferences such as TedX Jerusalem, Duke University, Kellogg School of Business and more.

Since March 2020, with the emergence of Covid19, Piven has been empowering communities across the world engaging them in self expression through his playful artistic method.


This program is co-sponsored by JCCNNJ and Beth Haverim Shir Shalom. All are welcome to attend.

Tickets: $10 per household.


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