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Travel virtually to the New York City apartment of Ted Comet, to view five unique tapestries woven by his late wife, Shoshana Comet, Holocaust survivor, psychotherapist and artist.

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Travel virtually to the New York City apartment of Ted Comet, a 96-year-old respected Jewish community leader, 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 you will never forget.

 

Questions? Please contact Andrea at andrea@srcentre.ca

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A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date April 13, 2021

4:00 PM

Virtual

Zoom

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Free

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