Guiding Hand - Clay Barr President of the Barr Foundation Judaica
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Guiding Hand - Clay Barr President of the Barr Foundation Judaica

Presentation by Clay Barr of the Barr Foundation Judaica
Oct 29 2023 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Presentation by Clay Barr of the Barr Foundation Judaica

October 29 | 2 PM

Museum Members Free | The event for non-members is complimentary with the purchase of regular museum admission (Adults $12 | Seniors $8 | Students and Educators $6).

Seating is limited please reserve your seat

2 PM - Presentation by Clay Barr, President of the Barr Foundation Judaica

Clay Barr discusses America's largest and most diverse private collection of Torah pointers.

Join us for a captivating curator's presentation on our latest exhibition, The Guiding Hand. This remarkable showcase features over 130 Torah pointers, or "yad" in Hebrew, which serve as both tools of devotion and exquisite works of art. Spanning across the ages, from ancient artifacts to contemporary creations, this exhibition beautifully underscores the profound significance of Torah reading within the Jewish faith. Explore the diverse craftsmanship that has shaped these instruments of prayer and gain insight into their role as a guiding hand in the spiritual journey of the Jewish community.


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