“Holocaust as Remembered by Generations” Exhibition 3-8 October 2015
From December 17, 2015 and on Sholom Aleichem Museum in Kyiv is hosting an exhibition “Holocaust as Remembered by Generations”, organized under the support of the German Embassy in Ukraine and the Jewish Foundation in Ukraine. The exhibition shows art works by participants of the All-Ukrainian Competition of Students’ Research and Art Works “History and Lessons of the Holocaust” held annually by Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies.
The Holocaust is incredibly complicated for understanding to historians, philosophers, artists, any grown-ups. Children and teenagers have their own perception of the tragic happening and their own way to convey it via works of art. Therefore, we invited you to visit this stunning exhibition of students’ works.
The exhibition is open for viewing on 18. 12.2015 – 14.01.2016 in Sholom Aleichem Museum (a department of Kyiv History Museum) at 5a V.Vasylkivska str., Kyiv.
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