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Traveling Exhibits


Stitching History From the Holocaust

Stitching History From the Holocaust uses the narrative of one couple to explore the Holocaust. Through the story of Hedwig and Paul Strnad, visitors will build their understanding of transcontinental connections, the Bohemian Jewish history, Theresienstadt concentration camp and the fashion industry in Czechoslovakia. For more information, visit our Stitching History From the Holocaust website.

Upcoming Venues:
Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, Pittsburg, PA (October – December 2018)
Birmingham Holocaust Education Center, Birmingham, AL (December 2018 – March 2019)
Jewish Museum of Maryland, Baltimore, MD (April – July 2019)

Previous Venues:
Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills, MI (June 22 – December 29, 2107)
Jewish Museum of Florida, Florida International University (December 19, 2016 – March 19, 2017)
Ruth Davis Design Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Madison (September 11 – November 13, 2016)
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York (April 13 – August 14, 2016)

Contact Patti Sherman-Cisler to bring this award-winning, critically acclaimed exhibit to your space.


Mildred Fish Harnack: The Story of a Wisconsin Woman’s Resistance

Born in Milwaukee, Mildred Fish Harnack is the only woman killed on direct orders of Adolf Hitler.  This exhibit tells the story of Mildred’s life growing up in Milwaukee and attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she met her husband Arvid Harnack.  Mildred and Arvid moved to Germany in 1929. After the Nazis came to power, they became involved in the resistance movement that became known as the Red Orchestra. Both were executed.  In addition to panels, this exhibit also showcases an installation created by German artist Franz Rudolf Knubel including a rubbing of the floor of lötzensee Prison, where Mildred was executed.

Contact Molly Dubin to bring this exhibition to your space.