The Timbrel Artist-in-Residence Program seeks artists with talent and passion to share at the annual National Havurah Summer Institute. Artists from all disciplines are welcome; Jews of Color and Jews with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. Past artists have represented the disciplines of music (vocal and instrumental), theater and storytelling, puppetry, poetry, visual arts, and dance.
The Timbrel Artist-in-Residence teaches a four-session course during the Summer Institute, in addition to leading community-wide programming. Artists-in-Residence receives credit for free tuition, room, and board, program admissions to the Institute, a stipend, and a small budget.
The NHC Summer Institute provides captioning during community programming. We ask all presenters to work with our transcription and accessibility teams to help achieve inclusion for all.