The Memory Project
featuring the works of
Roz Jacobs & Laurie Weisman
Exhibit Opening Events on Sunday, May 17th
Painted portraits and video explore the life of artist Roz Jacobs’ uncle Kalman, who vanished during World War II. Each brushstroke shares the experiences Roz’s mother Anna and her beloved younger brother, Kalman, had as Jewish children in Nazi-occupied Poland. Reflecting on feelings of loss, love and memory, The Memory Project ultimately tells of the resiliency that enabled the family to lead rich, happy lives in spite of trauma and loss.
2:00 pm / Preview of the Exhibit with artists for Members
3:00 pm Artists' Presentation to the Public
- Admission: Members Free / Non-members free with museum admission
- Kosher refreshments will be served
Thank You to Our Supporters: Janice & Christopher Billmeyer, Pamela & Kenneth Bloom, Marilynn Gordon, Nancy & James Grosfeld, Susan & Nelson Hersh, Michael Liebowitz, Anita & Kenneth Volk, Lori & Steven Weisberg
Additional Support provided by: The PNC Foundation
Michigan's Holocaust Museum
Illuminating the past. Enlightening the future.