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THE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. One does not register for sessions.  Seating at individual sessions is first come, first served.
REGISTRATION and the Coat Room are on the 27th Floor along with many of the sessions. The Children’s Program, Lunch Room, Limmud Café and rooms E1, G3 and G4 are on the 16th Floor. There is easy access between the floors by 6 large elevators.
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Sunday, March 19 • 15:00 - 15:45
Café Limmud

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Café Limmud is a unique space that aims to generate further discussion between presenters and participants. During each hour of the program, specific presenters will "host" a table in the venue's room F1 (on the 16th floor). For presenters, it's a great opportunity to begin or continue a conversation with participants who may not have been able to attend your full session, and for participants, you might just want to know one last thing from an engaging presenter following their talk. All presenter times in Café Limmud will be advertised, but it's a fluid space where any new topic can be born. 
Books and other merchandise will be available for sale at some presenters' tables in each Cafe hour - come to schmooze and to browse!

Presenters
avatar for Laya Crust

Laya Crust

Renowned artist, scribe, and speaker, Laya Crust fascinates audiences with her deep knowledge of manuscript art, Jewish liturgy, and Jewish art illumination. Her distinct way of weaving together biblical text, history, and ancient art offers awareness of the past while relating it to the present. As an artist, Laya has a unique understanding of historical technique and motivation. Laya is known for her art pieces which have been privately... Read More →
avatar for Barry Deutsch

Barry Deutsch

Award-winning cartoonist Barry Deutsch is best known for his Hereville series of graphic novels, about "Yet Another Troll-Fighting 11-Year-Old Orthodox Jewish Girl." Hereville is the only comic book ever to win the Association of Jewish Libraries' Sydney Taylor Book Award. Barry lives in Portland, Oregon, in a bright blue house with pink trim, and has been obsessed with comics all his life.
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Tema Smith

Director of Community Engagement, Holy Blossom Temple
Tema Smith is the Director of Community Engagement at Holy Blossom Temple and a Crown Family IFJE Fellow in the inaugural cohort of the Interfaith Families Jewish Engagement program at Hebrew College (Newton, MA). A sought after speaker on issues of Jewish diversity, Tema has presented or facilitated conversations at events such as the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, Limmud Toronto, and Where Sinai Meets Spadina: Downtown Tikkun Leyl Shavuot... Read More →


Sunday March 19, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
F1 - Limmud Cafe 16th Floor

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