The Memory Project: Finding Kalman and Never Again - Again
An Art Installation by Roz Jacobs and Laurie Weisman, co-founders of The Memory Project Productions, Inc.
Special Exhibition | March 23 - June 18, 2023
The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center is proud to present The Memory Project: Finding Kalman and Never Again – Again. The multimedia exhibit excavates loss, trauma, and transformation through art and story.
A single photograph was the springboard for an an exhibit that explores memory, process, and presence. Kalman, the boy in the photo died in the Holocaust, but through his sister’s memories and multiple portraits done by a niece who never met him, we feel his vibrant presence.
The world pledged “Never Again” in the wake of the Holocaust. Yet we’ve seen genocides and atrocities happening again – and again. This exhibition includes paintings and stories of six survivors of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. Along with the paintings, a video draws viewers close to the canvases as we hear fragments of the survivors’ stories.
For more information, please visit Memory Project Productions.
The 2023 cultural season is presented in part through generous funding from:
The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center is proud to present A Peace of My Mind – a thought provoking multimedia arts project, created by award-winning photographer John Noltner. The exhibit uses portraits and personal stories to bridge divides and encourage dialogue around important issues.
In addition to the existing portraits and stories, we will feature 50 Central Florida faces as part of our interactive video presentation along with some highlighted stories that will become part of the installation.
A Peace of My Mind Opening Reception will be held on September 8, 2022 from 6pm to 8pm. The opening reception features an intriguing keynote introduction to the exhibit by award-winning photographer John Noltner, followed by first-access to the exhibit. The event is free to attend with advance registration by clicking here.
Exhibits and programs presented in part with the generous support of the following: