Yemenite History and their Arts
an Artist Talk with Yehuda Tassa

Yehuda Tassa began to work in Yemenite Filigree at the age of six. Taught by his father, a well-known jeweler in Yemen, he worked in the family jewelry business for sixteen years. Yehuda revitalized his ‘lost art’ recently and began prolifically producing both ancient and modern filigree designs. He creates jewelry and teaches at several locations in Northern California, incorporating both ancient and modern tools and techniques into his filigree and granulation workshops.

Friday, April 25
Reception begins at 6:30 pm on the patio outside the entrance to VAPA 1001; food and drinks may not be brought into the building.
Artist talk begins at 7 pm

Tickets: Free Event

VAPA Room 1001

Co-sponsored by Cabrillo Seahawk Metal Arts Club and the Cabrillo College Inter Club Council