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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.
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.
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We Share The Same Sky is an exhibition that tells the story of Holocaust survivor Hana Dubová and her granddaughter, Rachael Cerrotti, who spent more than a decade retracing her grandmother’s wartime history. You will meet people of the past and present who show us how the retelling of family history becomes history itself. The exhibition is told in Rachael’s and the included correspondence, photographs, and other media were documented by her or found in her grandmother’s archive. This exhibition aims to encourage all of us to be curious about where we come from and why it matters. Hana asks what her story means to the next generation and Rachael does her best to find out.
Yelena Lembersky will speak about her grandfather’s paintings, his journey from Poland and Ukraine to Russia, and his life of resistance to the erasure of Jewish memory. She will also talk about her critically-acclaimed memoir, Like a Drop of Ink in a Downpour, growing up as a child-refusenik, while her mother and grandmother took on the mission and tremendous risks to save this timeless art.