Caroline Slifkin will speak to the Network about her commemorative art project and the creative works submitted by members of the Second and Third Generations. Caroline Slifkin is an artist and a Holocaust educator who specialises in teaching about the Holocaust through Holocaust Art. A Fellow of the Imperial War Museum London in Holocaust Education, with a project in Holocaust Arts Education, ‘Art in the Shadow of Death’; a Fellow of Royal Holloway University of London in Holocaust and Jewish Civilisation; a Yad Vashem graduate; and a Freelance educator for the Holocaust Educational Trust.
Keepsakes of the Kindertransport/Holocaust creative art book project
In lockdown we have had to find more creative ways to work together and learn. This project is a way to use the time to reflect, revisit and share stories and experiences with each other. Creating individual pieces, that will be joined with others in a collaborative art book, is a way of staying connected, feeling part of the community, connecting locally, nationally and internationally with one another. The project is open to members of the Second and Third Generations (Kinder, Holocaust survivors and refugees) around the world. The deadline is the end of December 2020.
How to get involved:
Create your own reflective piece/s and email it/them to Caroline: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Size: Maximum for each piece – A4 – 210 × 297 mm or 8.3 × 11.7 inches.
Materials: any drawing, painting, written words, quotes, mixed media, collage, and copies of photographs and documents. Anything two-dimensional, as all pieces will be collated to make a handmade art book.