Commemorating both unfathomable loss and the indomitable will to survive, The Frisch Family Holocaust Memorial Gallery is the first space of its kind between Atlanta and Central Florida.
The memorial contains a two-panel granite installation designed by Holocaust survivor Morris Bendit to remember those Jews who perished. It consists of an etched mural which depicts a map and information about the human and geographic scope of the genocide.
The gallery features exhibitions, public programs and educational tours exploring themes of human rights, individual courage, and the search for peace. The changing art on the walls serves as a platform for reflection and conversation, and the entire space is dedicated to the power of art: as a tool for remembering and as a channel for speaking truth, building understanding, and telling stories that need to be told.
THE GALLERY IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Monday – Friday | 8:30am – 5:00pm
Through the end of the year the gallery will also be open the second Sunday of each month:
Sept 10, Oct 8, Nov 12 & Dec 10 | 12:00 – 2:00pm
Visit our Holocaust Education page to find out more about scheduling tours for student groups.