The Sisterhood of Temple Emmanuel invites you to meet Amy Rosenstein Lassman of ADAR Design. Amy founded ADAR Design in 2012 with her love of creating meaningful pieces from exquisite textiles with a focus on artistic exploration on Judaica textiles.
Amy will bring a collection of taliot, prayer shawls for women and men, and discuss the inspiration for the designs. She will also explain her process of creating a garment that represents an individual’s relationship to their faith and practice, exploring the connection of family, fabrics, ancient text and contemporary aesthetics. Her designs include a variety of fibers, colors, motifs and Hebrew embroidery, encouraging the wearer to explore their own religious identity. She will share stories of families and the lessons she has learned from her sessions working with them.
Amy also designs kippot, head coverings that range from classic tweeds to whimsical beads and feathers. For the Jewish home Amy creates traditional ritual items, such as challah covers, matzah covers and afikoman bags with classic styles, current trends and whimsical inspiration. Custom work includes wedding canopies and Torah covers. Always fascinated with color, texture and fiber, Amy designs and creates beautiful and functional pieces to wear and to enjoy.
This program, open to interested women and men, is sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Emmanuel of Wakefield. There is a chairlift to the second floor social hall.+ More... - Less...
120 Chestnut St
Wakefield, MA 01880
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