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Founded in 2002, Reboot engages and inspires young, Jewishly-unconnected cultural creatives, innovators and thought-leaders who, through their candid and introspective conversations and collaboration, generate projects that impact both the Jewish and non-Jewish worlds. 


Six-Word Memoirs from Jewish Artists

Shane Hankins

Reboot's Sukkah City, 2013

Reboot's Sukkah City, 2013

If you had exactly six words to describe your life, what would they be? As a continuation of the book Six-Word Memoirs on Jewish Life published by SMITH Magazine, the online storytelling community Founded in 2006, Reboot will highlight Six-Word Memoirs on Jewish life from some of the many diverse communities grappling with Judaism, meaning and and identity.

What does Judaism mean to you? What is Jewish and Jewishness? What communities are most defining of your identity? This week, check out the college students who took a moment to reflect on their experiences and what Judaism means to them.

To participate in the project, please email your Six-Word Memoir to

Categories for upcoming weeks: Under 18, Food and Love. 

Knishes and kvetching: Klezmer band requirements

(Yael Litwin)

A creative life is most fulfilling


Bringing music back to life, baroque!

(Aryeh Nusbaum-Cohen)

Painting holy joy. Breathing beautiful strokes.


Scientist, composer, poet, seeker, elder, renewal.


Granny singing Yiddish lullabies at bedtime


Gentile teacher loves Jewish art music.


Empathy through shared culture and heritage

(Jessica Beliles)

Bernstein, Drake, Streisand, P!nk: Jewish inspiration.


I paint what my heart sees.


Wishing I had a Shabbos-camera.


Art philosophy meaning: death, joy, sadness.


Like bereishit, I create with G-d

(Tal Etegi)

My connection to religion became real.


Happy to sing and speak Yiddish


Don’t ask my intention - YOU interpret

(Yael Platt)

Artistic funny smart big amazing entertaining.



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