Last year, we scrambled to celebrate Passover in a completely new way. This year, we have time to create beautiful and meaningful Passover seders that reflect our values and our experiences of the past year.
Join us for an interactive session with practical tools, technological tips and creative insights to help you host a Passover seder that engages the entire family and community.
It will also feature a tour of the Haggadot.com website and preview sample haggadot you can easily adapt at home.
Rebecca Missel is an ideator, gatherer and organizer. With experience in large nonprofits, Israeli start-ups, synagogues and grassroots organizing, Rebecca brings creativity and passion to everything she does. She has been published in The Forward and holds master’s degrees in public policy from the University of Maryland and in Jewish communal service from Baltimore Hebrew University. A recipient of the Brody Award and a FEREP Fellowship, Rebecca was named to The Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36” for her work as president and founder of Jersey Tribe. She lives in Jersey City, NJ with her community.
Eileen Levinson is a UK-based designer & artist. Her work re-imagines Jewish ritual for contemporary audiences. In addition to her projects within the Jewish community, Eileen served as Creative Director with Kin Community, a women’s-focused MCN on YouTube, from the brand’s launch in 2011 until summer 2015. Eileen has an MFA from the program in Graphic Design at CalArts, and BA from Washington University in St. Louis. Eileen has been nationally recognized as one of the most innovative Jewish organization in America by Slingshot Guide and featured in The Huffington Post, Ha’aretz, The Jerusalem Post, Wall Street Journal, The Forward and National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.”
We ask for a contribution of Euro 5 to participate in this event.
The amount raised will not be kept by the organisers, but donated to a worthy fund.