Join the growing international community of face-to-face contributors to our portrait gallery. Learn more.
Educational programs engage youth and adults in making art and connecting to the past.
International exhibits reveal the creative process and explore history.
The Memory Project Productions uses the power of the arts combined with the experiences of Holocaust survivors to help people process traumatic experiences, break through preconceived notions, and explore identity. Through domestic and international museum exhibits, video and educational programs, we build bridges among people of diverse backgrounds and across generations.
The Memory Project’s Face-to Face initiative invites people of all cultures and backgrounds to share stories through art. Learn how to create a portrait with our simple, proven technique! Try at home or organize a local workshop. Check here regularly and watch this global community grow. Join now
Preview our complete project-based learning curriculum incorporating art, history and language arts for Grades 8-12. The Memory Project helps you explore history through personal stories. Video, book, film and workshops available. Find out more
Preview and purchase the award-winning, uplifting 30-minute documentary and companion book that reveal how the Holocaust ripples through generations. Find out more
The Memory Project’s unique multimedia exhibit shows a Holocaust survivor’s riveting story of the brother she lost, coupled with images of her daughter painting portraits of that boy. Enriching public program and educational materials are available. Find out more
Finding Kalman will be screened as part of the Rosenberg Film Series at the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center in St. Louis on July 27, 2014 – more information here
A sneak peak at photos from The Memory Project opening and workshop in Budapest: