Imagine Art Gallery – Holocaust Student Projects, Survivors, and Artists
Remember the Past, Imagine the Future
- Imagine 1: Children’s Art about the Holocaust
- Imagine 2: Darkness, Whispers, A Silent Cry
- Imagine 3: Scenes and Imagination
- Imagine 4: Women and Families
An exploration into genocide by a group of sixth grade students.
This has become a permanent show, due to the efforts of teacher, Anne Williams. She challenges her classes to creatively learn history. Their art and poetry bring a vision that adults often don’t see.
- If Rome Should Fall
Holocaust Poetry by Jeremy Hobbs.
- I Think…features feedback from a class learning about the Holocaust.
- Not To Be Forgotten-A Holocaust Page
Elisa Haugh wrote this at twelve years of age and created this page; a powerful statement.
- Genericide A play exploring history, memory, a survivor, and the ways we look at ourselves. Written, produced, and directed by the founder of this site.
- tell him that I…Women Writing the Holocaust, a thesis by Catherine Bernard.
- New Art: “To find a lexicon that for me has truth and, above all meaning, in relation to this historical tragedy continues to be my utmost desire. It is a journey through a dark landscape that I am still traveling.”
- Each custom welded steel frame implements various objects or modifications which provide additional impact to its respective photograph.
- The series had a successful exhibit at Northern Arizona University at the Martin-Springer Institute for Teaching the Holocaust, Tolerance, and Humanitarian Values, and was hosted by institute founder Doris Springer, a survivor of Auschwitz concentration camp.
The “graphic” images/descriptions may not be suitable for sensitive and younger viewers.
Student’s Holocaust Research
- Six Student Essays (and links) by a class on:
The Doctors of the Holocaust
- Chiune Sugihara
- Oskar Schindler
- Raoul Wallenberg
- The Forgotten Holocaust
- Hitler’s Henchmen
- Medical Experiments
The Stories are Fictional, The Learning is Real
- The Diary of Hannah Rosen: Europe’s Jews and America’s Response, 1937-1945 written by a student from interviews conducted with important historical figures, and her family.
- There are people at my school who hate me, and I have probably never met them. by Josh Bob, explores current acts of hatred and the seeming lack of reaction from his school.Would you like to contribute? We need essays, paintings, poetry, or special projects.