… some of the topics at the Carlebach Minyan’s Midsummer Sunday Teatime Salon in June.
80 people came round and listened to the wonderful Devorah Baum discuss “Jews and trauma”. Samuel Klein talked about “love and religion in the works of Caravaggio”, Eiran Davies taught a Talmudic tractate on prayer, and Naomi Soetendorp presented her talk “Punk Judaism.” Elliot Tucker did some painting and showed some of his films. Claudia Mosely talked about her treehouse building project. Rafi Zarum talked about the meaning of the world. Daniel Soibleman talked about autism. Poppy Sebag-Montefiore talked about concepts of touch in Chinese society. Natasha and Jemma made strawberry jam in the garden.