What We Do

The Anne Frank Center USA

The Anne Frank Center USA  

Traveling Exhibits

While we reach thousands of people each year through our gallery in New York City, The Anne Frank Center USA has four exhibits that carry Anne’s story to museums, schools, universities, libraries, theaters, and community centers across America: Anne Frank: A History for Today, Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album, Art and Propaganda in Nazi Occupied Holland, and Reading and Writing with Anne Frank.

Our goal is to reach people like Lori Bigler, a Language Arts teacher in Ashland, Kansas, who recently inquired about an exhibit.

“We are a community of 800 people and are over an hour to a regional shopping area,” Ms. Bigler wrote. “Our town does not sit on any major highways and is remote and isolated. My students have never met a person of Jewish faith, nor are they accustomed to seeing anyone different than they are.”

The Center travelled to 20 exhibition sites across the United States in 2014 and staff provided 39 educational workshops, serving 1,235 educators, docents and community members – more than tripling the number of workshops and audience members served in previous years. For more information, contact Hilary Stipelman, Director of Outreach and Exhibitions, at exhibits@annefrank.com.

Lugoff, SC Lugoff-Elgin Middle School
Greer, SC Riverside Middle School
Anderson, SC Robert Anderson Academy
Goose Creek, SC Goose Creek High School
Charleston, SC Septima Clark Academy
Georgetown, TX Georgetown Library
Alma, AR Alma HS / Van Buren HS
Boise, ID Creative Access Art Center
Irvine, CA Merage JCC
Glenville, WV Glenville State College
Washington, DC Russell Senate Office Building
Needham, MA North Hill
Carrollton, GA Carrollton Cultural Arts Center
Wolfeboro, NH Wright Museum of WWII History
Newton, NC Catawba County Library
Dodge City, KS Depot Theater Company
Washington, DC West Education Campus
Rocky River, OH Rocky River Middle School
Ruston, LA Lincoln Parish Public Library
Holland, MI Holland Museum


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