Since 2004 she has been a senior lecturer in jewellery at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Ramat Gan, Israel. She worked at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, from 1983 to 2003 in various capacities, among them as the chief curator of Judaica and Jewish Ethnography as well as head of the curatorial services wing. In 2012 she curated an exhibition by notable Israeli jewellery maker Shirly Bar- Amotz (“Happy Days,” Tel Aviv Museum of Art) and published an accompanying book.
In addition to her numerous publications on Jewish art, she published a catalogue in conjunction with the 2010 exhibition “No Problem(?)” of a contemporary group of Israeli jewellery makers called the Inyanim Group (Montclair, New Jersey: Gallery Loupe for Contemporary Art Jewelry) and the introductory text to Transit: Contemporary Jewellery from Israel, edited by Jürgen Eickhoff (Munich: Galerie Spektrum, 2012).