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Amy Reichert: Reinvented Judaica

Amy Reichert: Reinvented Judaica

Sunday, October 5, 2014 to Sunday, March 8, 2015


First floor vestibule gallery.
Admission is free.


Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership is pleased to present this exhibit of work by local architect and designer Amy Reichert.

Amy ReichertAmy Reichert has been creating Jewish ritual objects (or Judaica) since 1995 when she was inspired to create a Passover seder plate for a competition funded by Philip and Sylvia Spertus (the son and daughter-in-law of Herman Spertus, one of the brothers for whom Spertus Institute is named).

Ms. Reichert’s creative process fuses sophisticated interpretation of Jewish texts with innovative contemporary design to express the essence of objects used for celebrations and ceremonies.

Ms. Reichert received her BA and MA from Yale University. She combines her studio work with teaching at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Image at left

Seder Plate I
Winner, second prize
Philip and Sylvia Spertus Judaica Prize

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Thursday 10 am-6 pm
Friday 10 am-3 pm

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Gallery Talks


Join us for one of a series of drop-in gallery talks. Meet Amy Reichert and learn about her creative process.

Sunday, October 19 at 1 pm 
Thursday, December 11 at 1 pm
Sunday, March 8 at 1 pm

These programs are free.
No reservations required.

Sponsor


Exhibits at Spertus Institute
are supported in part by the
Harry and Sadie Lasky Foundation.

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