Bring Mordechai Rosenstein and his Art to Your Congregation or Organization!
Emes Editions is committed to providing your organization, agency, congregation or day school with an informative and successful fundraising program with Mordechai Rosenstein, the world famous artist and calligrapher.
We will come to your community at a mutually convenient date that we arrange together well in advance. We are currently accepting bookings through 2009.
We will bring 50-60 pieces of Jewish art including serigraphs, three-dimensionals, tapestries, originals, name plaques and mezzuzot.
At day schools and religious schools, we do a program for your students during the day, and a fundraiser for the parents at night. This includes a hands-on art project with Mordechai (please click Art with Mordechai for more information).
Mordechai does a terrific slide/PowerPoint presentation on the history of Jewish Art through the ages and what has influenced his work over the last three decades. He concludes the presentation with some of his finest and most famous pieces including many of his wonderful Ketubot.
Mordechai is very down-to-earth and accessible and allows for questions and answers, which often provides insightful conversation between him and the audience. People always enjoy Mordechai's presentation and the feedback we receive always is that "this was the most entertaining and educational evening of the year".
After our program, there is ample opportunity to purchase Mordechai's art. All pieces are signed, numbered, double-matted, framed and shipped. Your organization receives a generous 20% on most items, after an initial $3000 in art is purchased.
We are ready to come to your community with this wonderful opportunity. Please call the number to the left to discuss this possibility. We will tailor our event to fit your needs.
If you want, you can even commission Mordechai to make a piece for your congregation or organization. Then you will have your own piece to use for fundraising, gift giving, donor recognition or for retiring professionals or laity. The list of uses are endless! People will then have gifts which can be passed down from generation to generation.
Exposing students and families to Jewish art and putting it in their homes is a terrific chance to educate. Please let us help you!