Capturing the creative energy of a Holocaust remembrance workshop
The Memory Project brings participants inside the creative process and into the memories of a Holocaust survivor. It began with artist Roz Jacobs and her mother Anna sharing their story of Anna’s younger brother, Kalman. It’s developed into an internationally-recognized project addressing universal themes of loss, love and resilience. The Memory Project includes traveling museum exhibits, educational programs and documentary films. We gave The Memory Project a more modern, artistic look and implemented a a portrait gallery where visitors can view remembrance portraits created by Memory Project participants from around the world in order to share stories of people affected by the Holocaust.