Last weekend at the National Art Education Association’s annual conference, Memory Project founders Roz Jacobs and Laurie Weisman learned that that over the past two years, more than a quarter of the middle schools in Omaha, Nebraska have held Memory Project workshops. The Institute for Holocaust Education in Omaha has been partnering with Jewish Community… Read more »

Woodcut of Kalman Huberman by Jerrold Green   January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On this date 72 years ago, Russian troops liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. The date is commemorated by more than 20 countries worldwide with exhibits, film screenings, talks, and ceremonies.   We invite you to personally commemorate the day. You… Read more »

Memory Project: What do you think about having students learning your story and making portraits of you as a young boy? What does it make you feel to see these portraits? László Kiss: It was very moving and surprising for me to learn that hundreds of young people work with my portrait as a little… Read more »

  “I learned that pain and joy can be enriching when combined together. You cannot have one without the other.” – Audience member, Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY   On November 10th we screened “Finding Kalman” as part of Monroe Community College’s 25th Annual Kristallnacht Memorial Program. It was part of an entire day of… Read more »