Jacqueline Nicholls is an artist and Jewish educator. Her work has been included in significant group shows of contemporary Jewish Art and solo exhibitions in Israel, USA and the UK. She co-ordinates the Art Studio programme at JW3, and lectures at the London School of Jewish Studies.
The Talmud The book that shaped Judaism
The Talmud is a repository of centuries of rabbinic wisdom on law, legend and life, with a dialectic structure setting it apart from virtually any other text. Harry Freedman looks at the book’s history and Jacqueline Nicholls shares the drawings she is making to express her daily encounters with the text, continuing the long, loud, passionate Jewish argument that has lasted generations and continues to shape Judaism.
Shaul Bassi masterminded the events in the summer of 2016 to commemorate the 500-year anniversary of the Venetian Ghetto, including the production in Italian of The Merchant of Venice. Paulo Gnignati is current President of the Venetian Jewish community; Jacqueline Nicholls was one of the eight artists commissioned to design the etchings for a new Venice Haggadah; and Aviad Stollman, who was involved in last summer’s events, is Head of Collections at the NLI. With many visual images on ...