In May 2014, The Memory Project exhibit and workshops launched at the City Cultural Center in Skarzysko-Kamienna, Poland. That is the town where Anna Jacobs, the Holocaust survivor whose story is told in The Memory Project exhibit was imprisoned in a forced labor camp during the Holocaust. She worked in the Hasag ammunition factory. According… Read more »
Monthly Archives: November 2014
The portrait we selected as November Portrait of the Month is by 10th grader Jordan R. from St. Petersburg, Florida. She likes making art, but this technique was unusual for her. Check out her haunting portrait of Dora Zylberberg and how she felt about making it. We love the way Dora’s face emerges from… Read more »
The students from the Bayshore Christian School in Tampa, Florida, recently came to a Memory Project workshop at the Florida Holocaust Museum. Their beloved former teacher, Larry Grimes taught at Bayshore for 7 years. After “retiring,” he joined the Holocaust Museum as a Museum Educator and Resource Coordinator. His students threw their arms around him… Read more »
A BIG thank you to everyone who participated in our $18 from 18 donors campaign for Momma J’s 90th birthday. Help us keep the momentum going by spreading the word! Our goal is to get 90 donations, small or large, in the month of November. Let’s give #MommaJ her best birthday yet!