Holocaust student art project

Holocaust Student Art Project – Imagine Art Gallery: Room 3

The Imagine Art Gallery features the paintings and poetry of a sixth grade class studying the Holocaust, taught by Anne Williams. The expression of learning about the Holocaust, as well as reading stories by Holocaust survivors, make this an important site for learning about the Holocaust.
Holocaust art projects

Holocaust Art Projects – Imagine Art Gallery, Room 4

The Imagine Art Gallery features the paintings and poetry of a sixth grade class studying the Holocaust, taught by Anne Williams. The expression of learning about the Holocaust, as well as reading stories by Holocaust survivors, make this an important site for learning about the Holocaust.
Children's art about the Holocaust

Imagine Art Gallery: Room 2 – Student’s art about the Holocaust

The Imagine Art Gallery features the paintings and poetry of a sixth grade class studying the Holocaust, taught by Anne Williams. The expression of learning about the Holocaust, as well as reading stories by Holocaust survivors, make this an important site for learning about the Holocaust.

Part 2: Holocaust Art Series by David Aronson

Return to Images The following are the second in a series of Holocaust paintings. The "graphic" images may not be suitable for younger viewers. ...

“Krystallnacht” by David Aronson

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“Next Time” by David Aronson

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“Life Is No Longer Sacred” by David Aronson

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“Where is the Glory?” by David Aronson

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“Why Us?” by David Aronson

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“Haunting Memory” a Triptych by R. A. Beecroft

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