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The exhibition explores different aspects of the Holocaust, observing the way art and art as testimony go beyond both traditional and academic examinations of the genocide. Works used in this exhibition represent the diversity of art in the Museum's permanent collection specifically those made by women artists.
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 Florida Holocaust Museum has launched its 7th Annual Trunks of Hope campaign.
Thanks to the generosity of Amy and Michael Southard through their charitable foundation, Crofton Cares, donations made to this campaign will be matched dollar for dollar up to $25,000!