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Seriously Groggy

The Purim tradition of drowning out Haman’s name with noise dates back to medieval times. But in our increasingly cacophonous lives, an illustrator wonders: Does the grogger need to be reinvented?

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Sarah Lararovic

Sarah Lazarovic is an illustrator and filmmaker living in Toronto.

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liana finck says:

nice! funny!

irv Osterer says:

Sarah’s artwork is always terrific! Shatner covering Lady Gaga would erase Amalek for sure and would also be great ammunition to use against any group contemplating harm to the Jewish people! We should consider sending a dose to Israel Apartheid Week supporters.

VAN, the emerging Jewish visual artist network, just published a piece on the Graphic Details show in Toronto. Lazarovic is one of the exhibiting artists. Check out our website to read this article, and much more!

The website is: vistaartnetwork.wordpress.com

Love it! There are a lot of annoying apps out there for sirens I’m waiting to try this year.

Rachel says:

Hey Sarah, I am looking forward to seeing your work at the Gladstone!

cliff fielder says:

Congratulations one and all for utilizing Sarah Lazarovic’s imaginative illustrations to the noise problem–delightful insights all around–Looking forward to more capricious observations!

What a wonderful piece! I love the art and it’s so true that we are inundated with noise/sound. My congregation asks everyone to bring a box of noisy food (macaroni & cheese) that can be shaken like a grogger. The food goes to the food pantry after the service.

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Seriously Groggy

The Purim tradition of drowning out Haman’s name with noise dates back to medieval times. But in our increasingly cacophonous lives, an illustrator wonders: Does the grogger need to be reinvented?

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