Sasha is a potter,
Judaica artist, art educator and a
nationally-awarded collaborative artist. Sasha’s
Judaica is available at Kolbo in Brookline,
Massachusetts and through her directly. She
especially likes to personalize her work so custom
orders are welcome.
Sasha is excited to
be teaching clay classes for children and adults in
her home studio in the Boston area. She has lectured
or taught courses in 26 schools, including Yale,
Boston University, University of Massachusetts, and
The Boston Museum School of Fine Arts.
Sasha's Collaborative Art
As a professional
collaborative artist Sasha has worked with over 3200
people in 17 unique communities, including Princeton
University, Harvard University, M.I.T., Brown/RISD,
the Las Vegas Lied Discovery Children’s Museum, and
a group of Jewish teens from Afula, Israel. Sasha’s
ceramic and collaborative art is permanently
installed or has been exhibited in 48 venues across
13 states and countries.
Education and Grants
Sasha earned her
Masters in Fine Arts in Ceramics from the University
of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 1995. She received a
national Millenium grant from the MidAtlantic Arts
Foundation & Rockefeller Foundation, as well as two
grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to
create her community projects.
Sasha’s husband is an
entrepreneurship professor in the College of
Management at U-Mass Boston They are both enjoying
raising their two delightful children.