On May 5 2016, Yom HaShoah, join Lab/Shul at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – Living Memorial to the Holocaust, to co-create the world’s largest prayer shawl.
Join us to stitch, sew, tie a knot, support, donate fabric and witness the co-creation of ritual art transformed out of memories, stories and the woven narratives of our collective histories.
Lab/Shul’s Patchwork Prayer Shawl Project collects prayer shawls and fabrics from friends in our community to weave a super-size ritual object that will be displayed over the summer at the Museum and then used at our sacred celebrations.
We are proud and honored to present this project in conjunction with the Museum’s special exhibition, Stitching History From the Holocaust, on view through August 14, 2016.
May 5TH @ 4-5:30PM
Museum of Jewish Heritage – 36 Battery Pl, New York, NY 10280
HOW TO GET INVOLVED!
- Send in an unused talit or fabric to our office by May 4th, 2016 (it’s Passover/Spring Cleaning…perfect time to go through your shelves!). Please include your name, who object belonged to, and a short note describing any significant memories or stories attached to it.
- Join us on 5/5 to donate, sew, cheer, selfie and snack.
- Volunteer to help.
- Support Lab/Shul’s (hopefully) world record breaking project.