The scribe Kalman: when holy scripture becomes art

"At the heart of a scribe's work there are letters. Letters are the DNA of communication."

"Kalman came to Israel from the United States in 2007. After years of study, including a period of personal lessons with a Rabbi and discussions with several experienced teachers, he became a scribe.

An ancient Jewish tradition that Kalman combines with art, sacred writing handed down with creativity: during a workshop in the old city of Jerusalem aimed at tourist guides, journalists and enthusiasts, he explained that a scribe - for the Jews the first one was Moses - does not make books, nor texts, nor paragraphs, but first and foremost letters."

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