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The Art of Torah: The Parasha and the World's Greatest Paintings

with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik | Via Conference Call

This event next occurs Tuesday, March 9, 7:30PM. Click here to view all 10 occurences.
Tuesday, January 19, 7:30PM
Tuesday, January 26, 7:30PM
Tuesday, February 2, 7:30PM
Tuesday, February 9, 7:30PM
Tuesday, February 16, 7:30PM
Tuesday, February 23, 7:30PM
Tuesday, March 2, 7:30PM
Tuesday, March 9, 7:30PM
Tuesday, March 16, 7:30PM
Tuesday, March 23, 7:30PM
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Not your ordinary parasha class - but rather a guided weekly tour through the most iconic biblical art, as seen through Rabbi Soloveichik's eyes and expertise. 
 
This class is free, but make sure to register - click here.
 
To sponsor a session or this series, click here.
 

Note that the schedule is subject to change - register and monitor your emails for any last minute cancellations or date changes.

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Sponsorship Opportunities:
 

Session Sponsor | $360
Session sponsors will be mentioned on the date of the session of their choice, and are listed on that week's source sheet, as well as our seasonal bulletin. 
 
Season Sponsor | $3600
(This season runs until Pesah) 
Season Sponsors will be listed on the source sheet each week (and in the Bulletin), and they will be invited to join Rabbi Soloveichik for a private biblical art tour at the Met.
 
To sponsor, click here.

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