Throughout North America, our exhibits have been hosted by community centers, schools, colleges and universities, arts organizations, libraries, and museums located in the United States and Canada. The Center can help you organize events and engage your community to fund raise, plan, and implement a complete program that includes docent-led tours for students, teachers and visitors.
We offer student workshops, a comprehensive bookstore, as well as meetings with Holocaust survivors, World War II veterans, or those with first-hand experience of human rights abuses. In this way you can offer your audiences a variety of ways to learn about Anne Frank and her ideals.
Founded in 1977 by Anne’s father Otto, The Anne Frank Center USA, a partner of the Anne Frank House, uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities in the U.S. and Canada about the dangers of intolerance, anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination, and to inspire the next generation to build a world based on equal rights and mutual respect.
For more details and the costs of hosting a traveling exhibit in your community, please contact the Exhibits Manager at 212.431.7993 extension 305 or email email@example.com
The Five Traveling Exhibits
Reading & Writing with Anne Frank
This exhibit is an educational exhibition about Anne Frank as a writer. By taking your students to the exhibition, pupils get to know Anne as a writer.They will be motivated to read and write, and Anne Frank serves as an inspiring example as she writes about her experiences growing up in hiding.
Anne Frank: A History for Today
The life story of Anne Frank is the centerpiece of this exhibition. The family’s story reflects world events prior, during, and after the period of Nazi dictatorship. The exhibit juxtaposes photographs of the Frank family with images of historical events at the time to show how persecuted people, such as the Franks, were affected by political decisions and the actions of individuals.
|Fayetteville, NC||Fayetteville Arts Council||March / April 2013|
|Rohnert Park, CA||Sonoma State University||April / May 2013|
|Aurora, NY||Cayuga School District||May / June 2013|
|Columbia, SC||Dent Middle School||August/September 2013|
|Buffalo, NY||Burchfield Penney Art Center||September / October 2013|
|Brooklyn, NY||Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd||December 2013|
|Boise, ID||Ahavath Beth Israel Synagogue||January / February 2014|
|Georgetown, TX||Georgetown Library||March – May 2014|
The Anne Frank Story
This exhibit explores the life of Anne Frank from her birth on June 12, 1929 through her death in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945 at the age of 15. The Anne Frank Story traces the events that led to the Franks’ flight from their home in Germany to the Netherlands in 1933.
Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album
Similar to that of any average family, the Frank’s photo album begins with the birth of the first child and captures important moments in the lives of family members. As an amateur photographer, Otto Frank focus on a single theme: the life and times of his daughters Anne and Margot.
|Dallas, TX||Dallas Holocaust Museum||December – March 2013|
Art & Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland
This vivid exhibit on Dutch Resistance Art and Official Propaganda during the period 1945 -1945 is based on three collections: 8 original propaganda posters distributed by the Nazi-controlled Dutch government; 21 linoleum and woodcut prints by Marie de Zassijer, which depict the suffering and hardship Holland endured during the war; and several original drawing by the Dutch artist Henri Pieck, created during the artist’s internment at Buchenwald concentration camp.
|Fayetteville, NC||Fayetteville Arts Council||March – April 2013|