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Now Accepting Advance Reservations. 

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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13TH ANNUAL (VIRTUAL) GALA: ENSURE THE TRUTH SURVIVES 

INSPIRE
HUMANITY
THROUGH
TRUTH.

Museum Update

Holocaust Museum LA is currently open. We invite you to visit the Museum and learn the important lessons of the Holocaust to inspire a more humane and dignified world.

Reserved time tickets are required in advance and now available.

The health and safety of our visitors is a priority. New Visiting Guidelines

We are offering In-Person and Virtual Student Tours and Survivor Speakers through the 2021-2022 school year.

Funding has been provided by California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Holocaust Survivor Talk: Martha Sternbach
    Holocaust Survivor Talk: Martha Sternbach
    Oct 21, 11:00 AM PDT
    Webinar
    Martha was born in 1925 in Megyaszó, Hungary. She enjoyed a peaceful life with her family until Nazi Germany invaded Hungary in 1944. Within a few months, her family was forced to live in a ghetto. After a short time in the ghetto, they were sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
  • The Art of the Next Generation
    The Art of the Next Generation
    Oct 26, 6:00 PM
    Webinar
    Three artists delve into the relationship between the arts and Holocaust awareness, and the implications for artists working a generation removed from the events of the Holocaust.
  • If You Heard What I Heard
    If You Heard What I Heard
    Nov 01, 7:00 PM
    Webinar
    If you heard what they heard, you would never forget. “If You Heard What I Heard” is a recently launched collection of interviews with grandchildren of Holocaust survivors recounting the harrowing journeys, devastating losses, and inspiring resilience of their grandparents.
  • Building Bridges: Jewish Cultural Diversity
    Building Bridges: Jewish Cultural Diversity
    Nov 04, 5:00 PM
    Webinar
    The Jewish diaspora extends around the world, contributing to a multicultural global community of rich and varied traditions and cultural practices. How can Jewish communities from different cultural backgrounds foster unity and connection?
  • Remembering Kristallnacht
    Remembering Kristallnacht
    Nov 09, 3:00 PM
    Webinar
    During the night of November 9, 1938, violent anti-Jewish pogroms broke out across Germany and its incorporated territories including Austria.
  • Surviving the Farhud: The Holocaust in Iraq
    Surviving the Farhud: The Holocaust in Iraq
    Nov 17, 11:00 AM
    Webinar
    In June of 1941, a violent mob attacked the Iraqi Jewish population of Baghdad, in what became known as the Farhud. Jewish communities pre-date Islam in the region, tracing their roots to the 6th century BCE.

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