A Tapestry Tour with Ted Comet
Wednesday, March 31 at 3pm
This extraordinary interactive experience of Holocaust remembrance and artistic expression is designed for grandparents and grandchildren to share together. Ted Comet, a 96-year old Jewish community leader, invites you to view five unique tapestries woven by his late wife, Shoshana Comet, Holocaust survivor, psychotherapist and artist. Each tapestry is a testament to the power of the mind to turn trauma into creative and healing energy. A lifelong friend of Elie Wiesel, Ted is an eloquent speaker with an inspirational story about suffering, loss and healing that participants will never forget. This mature subject matter is appropriate for children who have a prior understanding of the Holocaust.
Open to JCC Rockland Members with guest
$18 for two tickets
Registration is limited.