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Dimensions in Testimony℠ from USC Shoah Foundation combines ultra-high-definition filming and natural language technology to allow a conversational and interactive experience between Holocaust Survivors and audiences. The FHM is among only a dozen museums in the world to house this unique exhibition. The FHM is thrilled to announce Mary Wygodski's interactive biography is now live through the Dimensions in Testimony℠ experience! We welcome visitors to become a part of history and interact with Mary's beta test. This is an excellent opportunity to help develop her testimony through interacting with the exhibit and asking questions. Mary is the first Holocaust survivor living in Florida to be interviewed for Dimensions in Testimony℠ .
Dimensions in Testimony℠ was developed in association with Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, with technology by USC Institute for Creative Technologies, and concept by Conscience Display. Funding for Dimensions in Testimony was provided in part by Pears Foundation, Louis. F. Smith, Melinda Goldrich and Andrea Cayton/Goldrich Family Foundation in honor of Jona Goldrich, Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, and Genesis Philanthropy Group (R.A.). Other partners include CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center.
The Florida Holocaust Museum, a service provider contracted by the Florida Department of Education, invites you to use our dynamic lessons and curriculums about the Holocaust, genocide, and character education.
We depend on the generosity of our donors who share our vision. With their support, we can continue our mission of education. Please consider becoming a donor, there are many different way to give.
The Museum’s collections are made up of materials donated to us by survivors, liberators, and their families and document their experiences during the Holocaust. Search the collection to find out more.
The Florida Holocaust Museum collects contemporary artistic responses to the Holocaust and has significant holdings by artist and survivor Samuel Bak. Find out more about him and the Museum’s collection of his work.
The Warren Composition is a unique initiative created in honor of Robin Warren and highlights an object or objects from the permanent collection of The Florida Holocaust Museum with a work of creative writing inspired by that object and was conceived earlier this year when longtime board member Robin Warren completed her term.