- $100 for one admission to a two-hour mala necklace designing workshop with stylist Dina Rudman
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The workshop will be held at Modnitsa Atelier.
Each event is capped at 8 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
“Mala” means “garland” in Sanskrit, and it refers to a tasseled string of prayer beads, used in the Buddhist and Hindu faiths, that help track mantras while chanting or meditating. During this two-hour class, Dina Rudman will outline the spiritual meanings of the mala while helping you design and knot your own mala-inspired necklace using 108 beads. Cord and tools are provided for use during the class; stones and beads are available for separate purchase through the Modnitsa Atelier shop.
Knot it Up
Dina teaches cord knotting techniques and tassel design as you string your necklace.
Wear it Home
You’ll finish your necklace and have it ready to wear by the end of the class.
Chief Image Stylist and Owner, Modnitsa Atelier
With a Refinery29-lauded line of custom jewelry, jewelry-making classes that have taught 4,000 students, and multiple degrees and certifications from the Fashion Institute of Technology, it’s clear Dina Rudman isn’t kidding when she describes herself as passionate about accessories. But she’s equally passionate about something else: seeing individuals express themselves through color and style. She shares that enthusiasm in classes featured in New York Magazine and Time Out, as well as in one-on-one image consulting sessions.