Hebrew artwork: For Birthright teens - and former UN ambassadors
Jerusalem scribe Kalman Delmoor integrates Hebrew letters into his popular artwork: “I want to give over a creative way of Torah learning”
"In a small art gallery nestled in Jerusalem’s Old City, Kalman Delmoor works to reconnect the Jewish people to their heritage through art highlighting the intricacies of the Hebrew alphabet.
Delmoor, a professional scribe, gives free weekly workshops teaching an eclectic mix of locals, tourists, and yeshiva students how to draw the Hebrew alphabet, which he says adds an entirely new dimension to the rich world of Judaism. “The idea isn’t to train people to become scribes - it’s to open a new path of creativity,” Delmoor told Arutz Sheva."
Read the full article "Hebrew artwork: For Birthright teens - and former UN ambassadors" featured in Arutz Sheva here: https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/242034