Drinking Tea – A Jewish Tradition?
Workshop Discussion in the Exhibition »A Is for Jewish – A Journey Through Now in 22 Letters« for Friends of the Jewish Museum Berlin
What is behind the tradition of tea drinking? And what is the cultural significance of this everyday practice for millions of people? On the basis of these questions, we take a closer look from a sensory perspective at the exhibition A Is for Jewish – A Journey Through Now in 22 Letters.
The tea-drinking ceremony belongs to the everyday culture of the Russian-speaking, but also Turkish, Iranian, and Bukharan Jewish communities in Germany and around the world. We invite you to join Miriam Goldmann and Alina Gromova in exploring selected letters and learning more about the traditional significance of tea drinking for Jews. Afterwards, we will of course enjoy a cuppa from a Russian samovar!
Where, when, what?
Monday, 25 February 2019, 5:45 pm
up to 20
20 February 2019