Bekah Starr is a Sacred Artist, ritualist, and educator exploring connections between Hebrew mysticism and the Divine Feminine. Bekah’s art exhibitions and workshops have been featured in galleries, community spaces, and conferences around the globe, including Detroit, New York City, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Toronto, Banalla, Australia and Banalla, Australia the Greater Hudson Valley. Bekah is the co-creator and curator of Cycles, an annual art show exploring the complexities of menstruation. Her Hamsas for the Divine Feminine altar card series have been a catalyst for spiritual connection within the Kohenet community and beyond. Bekah's writing and artwork have been featured in publications including Times of Israel, Feminist & Religion, The Et/At Book and On The Rag zine. Her interview about Conscious Bleeding can be found on the podcast “Lady Parts.” Bekah is a children’s book author and storyteller, bringing Jewish holidays to life in new ways for the next generation.
Bekah began her journey into spiritual knowing and ancestral magic as a young girl with her mom, Donna, and her Grammy, Marilyn, as guides. She is deeply grateful to have continued this re-membering with the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute and Devotaj Sacred Arts Academy. In years past, she learned by traveling the world, studying with Native American and Hawaiian Elders, and is a yoga teacher within the ISHTA lineage. She received a dual degree in Recreation Administration and Nonprofit Management from Kean University. Bekah is a third-generation American Ashkenazi Jew, raised near the Jersey shore. She lives with her amazingly supportive husband, Michael, and their two inspiring children, Zeah & Aria, on the lands of the Wappinger First Nation people, also known as the beautiful Hudson Valley of New York.