EXPLORE. ENLIGHTEN. INSPIRE.
NOT LONG AGO. NOT FAR AWAY.
LIVING IN A DIVIDED WORLD
Keep up with the latest updates of our touring exhibitions.
“Most New Yorkers pass by Titanic Lighthouse never knowing it’s the world’s first memorial to the victims”
Together with the Titanic Memorial Lighthouse Foundation (TML), Titanic The Exhibition paid tribute to the victims and survivors on the 111th anniversary of the sinking joined by descendants in a ceremony at the Memorial Park in Manhattan, where the world’s first memorial to the victims stand.
“Artifacts really count. We are beings that experience the world through our senses”
Robert Jan Van Pelt, Chief Curator of the Auschwitz exhibition talks about the relevance of opening a traveling exhibition about the German Nazi concentration camp in a context where everything seems to be a click away.
“Seeing Auschwitz really is about letting the learners make the connections and come up with their own responses to learning about the Holocaust”
Catherine Boyd, Head of Education of the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC), finds the exhibition essential for schools, not only in terms of the historical content but also because of how it leads the visitor to critically analyze the photographs and compare them with other available resources.
“The Berlin Wall. Living in a Divided World”: Musealia’s new exhibition will premiere this fall in Madrid
For the first time ever, a large touring exhibition about the Berlin Wall will travel the world, showcasing an unparalleled collection of more than 500 original objects from various international museums and institutions.