Stitching History From the Holocaust - Jewish Museum Milwaukee September 14, 2014 - February 28, 2015

For Teachers & Groups

“I learned that the people killed [in the Holocaust] aren’t just numbers. Each person has their own story.”  – Sophie, 7th grade

Teachers and Groups StrnadA Visit to Stitching History from the Holocaust can provide visitors with a way of understanding the loss of the Holocaust. In tandem with a tour of the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, your participants can gain an understanding of

  • Judaism and Jewish history
  • Connections to local history
  • Broad understanding of the Holocaust

 

Through Stitching History, your participants will learn about the Czech Jewish experience and develop an understanding of what happened to Paul and Hedy Strnad.

  • Click here to Download the Curriculum for Stitching History From the Holocaust.
  • Click Here to download a primary resource letter sent to the United States in 1939.

Workshops and extended gallery talks available upon request (may be an additional charge).

 

Groups

ExhibitGroup Rates are applicable during Museum hours. Rentals are available for groups who would like to visit the Jewish Museum Milwaukee outside of regular business hours. For more information about renting the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, email info@JewishMuseumMilwaukee.org.

A Group Reservation Fee of $15 is necessary to hold your date. Per-person group rates are as follows:

Adults $4
Seniors $3
Students $2

Groups are responsible for collecting fees and making one payment for the group upon arrival at the Museum.
Questions or to book a tour: educator@JewishMuseumMilwaukee.org