Hamsa Exchange Shabbat Dinner

Hands on Hamsa Exchange

Hands-on invites you into the spiritual and artistic correspondence of Vicki Reikes Fox and Georgia Freedman-Harvey. By creating and sending each other handmade hamsot, ancient symbols of protection reimagined for a modern world, they created a model for friendship, storytelling, and collaboration. Their decade-long project demonstrates art’s power to forge strong connections, convey powerful emotions, and sustain community.

Hands-on and USC Hillel invite you to find space in your life to tap into your creative side and remember those who matter most. May this exhibition inspire you with the pure joy that comes from creating and encourage you to nurture meaningful connections with one another. We hope this project inspires you to consider: How do you express yourself to those closest to you? Do you share what you create with the people you love? How do you mark moments of transition? In what ways are you creating lasting connections with friends and family?

Following the reception guests are invited to celebrate Shabbat with the USC Hillel community. A registration is required.

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