03/23/2020

Cleveland Students Creating the Art of Yom Hashoah

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Each year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Community Relations Committee (CRC) has partnered with the Kol Israel Foundation to host the Yom Hashoah Creative Arts Contest for Jewish and non-Jewish middle school and high school students.

Above is a video that takes you inside the creative process at St. Joseph Academy this year.

Below are all the winning arts entries for the 2020 Yom Hashoah V’Hagvurah Creative Arts Contest. This year’s theme was “75 Years Since Liberation: What Have We Learned?”

Middle School:

1st – “The Mirror of Life”
– Isabelle McClung
6th grade
The Temple-Tifereth Israel Sunday School

2nd – “Hope”
– Maureen Brown
8th grade
North Canton Middle School, Mr. Gary Moody

High School:

1st – “Speak Your Truth”
Claire Kapitan
12th grade
St. Joseph Academy, Ms. Tammy Sparks

2nd – “Keeping the Faithful”
– Emilee York
11th grade
St. Joseph Academy, Ms. Tammy Sparks

3rd – “The Journey Toward Liberation”
– Catherine Egan
12th grade
St. Joseph Academy, Ms. Tammy Sparks

Congratulations to the winners!

The community is invited to our virtual Yom Hashoah V'Hagvurah program on April 20 at 7pm.
More details to come!
For more information, contact Aviva Roland at aroland@jcfcleve.org or 216-593-2926.

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