Ways of Being: Representations of the Holocaust Through Art, Literature & Testimony (Zoom)
To: 9 November 2020
Much has been written about the challenge for Holocaust artists, writers and survivors to describe the indescribable; to express what it was like to have been there or how it feels to live in its shadow.
In this six-week course, Sue Hampel OAM (Jewish Holocaust Centre Co-President) will examine how art, literature and personal testimony became a means of cultural survival for the Jewish people, both during and after the Holocaust.
Bookings for this short course will close at 1.30pm Monday 5 October, with the Zoom link emailed to attendees directly.
Image: Leo Löwit, Závory delici “arichou silnici,” 1942, Czechoslovakia. View more works in our The Theresienstadt Collection here.