Andrew Galitzer is an 19-year-old artist and entrepreneur. He has been studying art and graphic design with an emphasis on comics and realistic drawings. He has been using his design skill to create logos for bar and bat mitzvahs since 2013.
For the past 3 years he has made Parsha comics for Synagogues across the globe, recently completing the Torah for the third time, currently self-publishing a Parsha Comic Book.
Since February of 2020, when the pandemic closed almost all in-person activities, Andrew has been teaching Drawing Classes over Zoom. He taught for an online art-studio, online camps, shuls, and individuals. For more information, visit andidrew.com/Sunday.
In addition to art and drawing, Andrew also enjoys surfing on Flow Riders and being involved in the community. Andrew recently confirmed his enrollment in Drexel for Product Design where he hopes to become a successful designer.
Listen to an interview with Andrew on the Nachum Segal Network here
Super fun Parsha class!
Andrew gives a very fun and engaging Parsha class each week. My 10 year old son loves it! He actually learns so much while also having fun drawing and writing a comic! Thank you, Andrew!
My 8 year old loves these classes!
I’d been searching for an online art class for him and this is just perfect! He is learning so many new things and he enjoys every minute of it! I am so happy that he is gaining the skills and knowledge, and he is very proud of all he has learned so far.
Thanks Andrew for your highly interactive and fun classes! We always look forward to joining!
My 5 year old son loves Andrews classes. He loves drawing and this was the perfect thing for him! Andrew is so patient and calm in guiding the drawing class and my son loves hearing Andrews personal feedback on specific parts of his drawing!
Andrew’s Parsha comics have sparked some of our family’s most dynamic parsha discussions to date. We look forward to them each week! Thank you, Andrew!