12 2020


21 2020

Lunch & Learn: Art in the Holocaust

Under inhumane conditions and in utmost secrecy, art was created during the Holocaust. Professional and amateur artists recorded what they saw and experienced. They represent a living testimony that attests to the hardships, misery and inhumanity in the face of adversity and death.

Julie Meetal Berman, artist and second generation Survivor, will present works of art created between 1939 and 1945 as a declaration of the unshakeable human spirit that refuses to surrender.