WISH WE HAD THIS PLATE
If you could make a Seder plate, or any kind of Judaica, what would it be?
Passover has already passed us over, but it’s not too late for us to admire this fantastic seder plate created by Morgan Levine, who happens to be the sister of YUM’s curator. Check out his post below, and follow him at zcurator.tumblr.com.
SEDER PLATE FANTASTIC - PLATE
This wonderful Seder plate, created by crafting/pottery phenom (and my sister) Morgan Levine was central to our family’s Seder - the ritual, interactive meal during which Jews re-enact the exodus from Egypt.
Morgan wanted to produce a version of this plate for years, but doing so presented a surprising number of technical conundrums. It was only thanks to some fruitful collaborations at Maine’s Haystack, the famed ‘summer camp for artists,’ that Morgan was able to produce this otherwise light and airy piece.
Can’t wait to use it next year!
The Seder plate I made last summer making its debut. Happy Passover!!