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December 06, 1985 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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THE DETROIT 1JEWISH NEWS

Chanukah art

GRAND PRIZE WINNER

The Jewish News received an amazing 207 entries in its first-ever
Chanukah Art contest. Students from Jewish schools throughout the
metropolitan Detroit area entered their art work, giving our
illustrious panel of Jewish News staffers difficult choices in selecting
the winners.
Contest entries included pen-and-ink drawings, paper collages,
penciled works, lots of crayon, and paintings. The "winners" on these
pages represents only a small sampling of the rich and varied
Chanukah offerings of our Detroit area youngsters, and in several
cases beautiful works were passed over as winners only because of
concerns that their colors would not reproduce in The Jewish News.
Although we could not reproduce all the entries in the
newspaper, United Hebrew Schools has graciously asked to mount an
exhibition of all the entries. The entries will be hung on Sunday in
the new foyer display area at the UHS main building on 12 Mile
Road. The exhibition will be on display for up to three or four weeks
to give the entire community an opportunity to view the creativity of
our youngsters.
Our young artists who submitted stamped, self-addressed
envelopes will have their entries returned to them at the conclusion
of the public exhibition by United Hebrew Schools.

Jacob A. Kaufman

age 10
Hillel Day School

Jacob Kaufman's
winning entry on our
front cover is made from
plastic matting, felt,
aluminum foil and other
materials and took seven
hours to design and
complete.
A fifth grader at Hillel,
Jacob enjoys cartooning
and takes classes at the
Birmingham-Bloomfield
Art Association. His busy
schedule also includes
judo lessons, electric
organ and piano, skiing
in winter and boating in
summer.
Jacob said his winning
entry is based on "the
main theme for
Chanukah: Judah
Maccabee liberating the
Temple" — which is the
translation of the
Hebrew and English in
the upper right corner of
his entry.

1 ST PRIZE, AGES 13-15

Yonason Carmen

age 13
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

Yonason is a ninth
grader at the yeshivah
who loves to draw. "I do
it whenever I can," he
told The Jewish News,
"whenever I have the
free time." Free time
seems to be a problem for
Yonason, with his busy
scholastic load at the
yeshivah. Asked if he
had ever taken art
classes, he said that he
once took a class for two
days, but had to quit. "I
didn't have enough free
time," he said.
His stylish, winning
entry at left includes the
Hebrew words
symbolized on the
dreidel: net gadol hayah
shem — A great miracle
happened there..

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