1:00 PDT | 4:00 EDT | 6:00 AM AEST 9 July
This webinar is developed for an educator, university, and community member audience. It is not intended for K-12 students.
Creating artwork inspired by stories from Holocaust survivors is a powerful way to help students cultivate creativity and make personal connections to this history. During this webinar, participants will learn about The Memory Project Production’s Face-to-Face program, which supports students in creating visual art and portraits inspired by personal stories from Holocaust survivors. A facilitator from the USC Shoah Foundation will highlight testimonies and activities from Echoes & Reflections and IWitness that can help to bring the power of art into your students’ learning and understanding of the Holocaust.