Does Your Seder Plate Tell a Story?

Amy Reichert, Judaica Designer, wants us to use our menorahs, our kiddush cups, our seder plates for more than simple decorations–she wants them to take each of us on journeys every time we use them in which we live out our tradition itself.

Amy is an award winning architect, exhibition designer, and designer of Judaica. Since 1996, when she won second place in the Philip and Sylvia Spertus Judaica Prize for her seder plate, she has participated in invited juried exhibitions in museums around the world. Her work can be seen on display at The Jewish Museum, NY, The Jewish Museum, Vienna, The Yale University Art Gallery, and The San Francisco Contemporary Jewish Museum. She received her B.A. and M.Arch from Yale University, and combines her studio work with teaching at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago.

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