Outdoor Mural Kishroniyah: Machon & Nivonim

The magnum opus of Outdoor Mural Kishroniyah was initially designed and developed by the Machon and Nivonim participants.  The Magshimim and Bogrim chanichim (campers) who followed them for the second half of the week completed the massive and intricate project.  They were guided by Tova Speter (bio, below) and had stunning, vivid results.

Tova Speter is an artist, art therapist, art educator, and arts consultant based in Newton, MA. She specializes in working with adolescents, and has more than fifteen years of experience leading community mural projects in the greater Boston area and internationally in Argentina, China, Panama, and Israel. Find out more about Tova’s work (and see pics from past Ramah collaborations) at: www.tovaspeter.com. Tova also has a private practice offering art therapy and mental health counseling services; works as a consultant with congregations interested in exploring innovative ways to infuse more arts-based experiences into their programming; and is the founder and director of The MEM Project, a Boston-based venture that engages individuals through the artistic process as a means to explore Jewish identity and encourage connection with under-served communities through collaborative mural projects. Find out more about The MEM Project at www.thememproject.org.

Categories: Kishroniyah, Machon, Nivonim