Early and Late Memories: The Art of Maria Frank Abrams
A Hungarian-born Holocaust Survivor who lost 33 members of her family, Maria Frank Abrams lived and painted for many years in Seattle, where the landscape and light over Lake Washington inspired her work. The exhibit of Abrams' Holocaust-inspired work includes sixteen paintings, drawings, prints and photo-collages from several private collections representing the artist’s earliest and latest expressions. THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2015ABOUT TEMPORARY EXHIBITS
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EARLY AND LATE MEMORIES: THE ART OF MARIA FRANK ABRAMS OPENS JUNE 28 AT LOS ANGELES MUSEUM OF THE HOLOCAUST
JUN 24, 2015
Early and Late Memories: The Art of Maria Frank Abrams opens Sunday, June 28 at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH) in Pan Pacific Park. A survey of the Holocaust-inspired art of survivor Maria Frank Abrams (1924-2013), the exhibit opens with a reception at 1:00 p.m., which will include talks by exhibit curator Matthew Kangas and the artist’s son, Edward Abrams, a human rights...READ MORE
AUG 30, 2015
This tour offers an overview of the history of the Holocaust through close observation of Museum artifacts and documents. Museum Tours last 45 minutes to an hour.
Holocaust Survivor Talk
SEP 6, 2015
Holocaust Survivors talk about their wartime experience. Holocaust Survivor Talks last 45 minutes to an hour, and end with a question and answer session with the Survivor. Please call for details.
Holocaust Survivor Talk: Tomas Kovar
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"I like to speak about my experience during the Holocaust, because I believe that we need to make sure that people hear firsthand from Survivors that it did happen." Tomas Kovar, born in Slovakia...
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