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Winter 2019

Kabbalat Shabbat: The Grand Unification
by Debra Band

During the Winter of 2019, the Goodman Family Judaic and Archival Museum is proudly exhibiting limited edition prints from the more than 90 original illuminated paintings and paper-cuts at the heart of the forthcoming book, Kabbalat Shabbat: The Grand Unification, the first illuminated book presenting the entire traditional liturgy for synagogue and home.

Debra Band's work is an illuminated manuscript of the Kabbalat Shabbat liturgy and rituals, a fusion of words and artwork, to interpret and enlighten the beloved traditions in the light of both Jewish mysticism, our understanding of the cosmos and contemporary social awareness. The paintings were done on kosher slunk vellum (calfskin), in ink, gouache and gold in leaf and powder form. 

Goodman Museum - ECC Exhibit - Display Case #2

Goodman Museum - ECC Exhibit - Display Case #1

Goodman Museum - ECC Exhibit - Display Case #3

Sat, November 27 2021 23 Kislev 5782