- Four to six year olds will enjoy an art and music-based activity drawn from ADLâ€™s â€œA World of Differenceâ€ that helps children respect themselves and others.
- Seven to nine year olds will participate in ADLâ€™s â€œWhat Makes a Group?â€ that asks children to think about the different groups they belong to and to identify some similarities and differences they share with other participants, allowing children to compare superficial stereotypes and assumptions versus deeper characteristics.
- Ten to fourteen year olds will use water colors and oil pastels to explore their identity through self-portraiture after being inspired by the Museumâ€™s new special exhibition Charlotte Salomon: â€œLife? or Theater?â€consisting of nearly 300 gouache paintings that offer a rare opportunity to experience a coming-of-age story set amidst Nazi oppression.
- Older siblings and family members will have the opportunity to take a docent-led tour of the Karkomi Permanent Exhibition.
- The Zev and Shifra Karkomi Permanent Exhibition tells the story of the Jews and the minority groups persecuted in the Holocaust, with over 500 extraordinary artifacts, documents and photographs.
- Make a Difference! The Harvey L. Miller Family Youth Exhibition teaches children ages 8 to 12 to respect differences, address bullying, and take a stand on issues that matter to them.
- The Legacy of Absence Gallery is home to a collection of visual artwork by distinguished contemporary artists from around the world that reflect on historical violence, revealing the continued impact of genocide and atrocities.
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