Activate your creativity and your deep, inner wisdom with the Jewish Studio Process.
The Jewish Studio Process is for anyone who wants to broaden their experience of their essential creativity. This methodology, developed by Rabbi Adina Allen, is a way for you to gather your inner wisdom and be deeply connected with others as you make your own personal art. It's about YOU in the moment. The process approach to art-making is about experiencing your process as the maker.
Forget all about technique and critique, and let your essence shine.
Using time-tested techniques of Jewish study and approaches from art therapy, the Jewish Studio Process helps you touch your essential creativity so you can become more resilient and direct your attention more fluidly. It's easy to use and will serve your spiritual, business, and personal practices in ways you can't imagine!
When people make art 'in process,' they have breakthroughs in imagination, beliefs, self-esteem, world view. Your experience will be uniquely yours. Felt. Lived.
Embody your whole creative, dangerous, exotic, lovable self.
In this approach to art making, you can sort things out and get free-er. Intuition unlocks and imagination opens. You can clarify your viewpoints and let go of your burdens. It requires no artistic skill, training, or Jewish experience. Curiosity, willingness, and a few art materials are all that you'll need. You'll get inspired and uplifted. And you'll hear your heart's original, authentic voice.
An academically trained artist, Ross has pursued process art making for almost 20 years. He has worked with Stewart Cubley, Pat B Allen, and others exploring this dynamic approach. He is in the first cohort of Facilitators of the Jewish Studio Process, through the Jewish Studio Project.
More about process arts:
Art Is a Way of Knowing, Pat B Allen
Art Is a Spiritual Path, Pat B Allen
Life, Paint and Passion: Reclaiming the Magic of Spontaneous Expression, by Michele Cassou and Stewart Cubley
'Evolve' podcast feat. guest Rabbi Adina Allen, co-founder and creative director of The Jewish Studio Project
Jewish Studio Project, website