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The Curtis Laws Wilson Library will host “The Memory Project: Connecting Art and History” on Oct. 1 as part of the event series connected to the Americans and the Holocaust exhibit.
The workshop will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, on the second floor of the library, and is expected to run 45-90 minutes. Although the Americans and the Holocaust exhibit is designed for eighth grade and up, this workshop is appropriate for students in grades six and higher, at a parent’s discretion. Participants of all ages are welcome.
“The Memory Project” was developed by artist Roz Jacobs in memory of her uncle Kalman, who died in the Holocaust. After a video about Kalman and a brief art lesson, participants will use charcoal and black and white pastels to create portraits based on photographs of people who were affected by the Holocaust.
For more information, please visit libguides.mst.edu/holocaustexhibit/events.