First Exhibition to Focus Exclusively on Women in the Holocaust
Presented by The Esther & Hyman Rapport Philanthropic Trust
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce its first exhibition of 2013 – Spots of Light: To Be a Woman in the Holocaust (March 19 – June 9, 2013). Originated by Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, it is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on Jewish women and their experiences in the Holocaust. Through these women’s initiative, creativity and courage, the exhibit demonstrates that human beings are strong enough, even in the most difficult of circumstances, to maintain those values which are the foundation of humanity: motherhood, friendship, faith and love. In this large-scale video installation, images move and change before the visitor’s eyes, giving historical material a new and contemporary feel and perspective.
Spots of Light is a production of the Museums Division, Yad Vashem.
Curator: Yhudit Inbar
Signature Sponsors: BNY Mellon; Karen & Alan Krause; and Audrey & Albert Ratner
Benefactor Sponsors: Creekside Financial Advisors; Lou Freiberg; PNC Bank; and Shul Boys
Patron Sponsors: Beth & Bob Brandon; Alvin, Lottie, and Rachel Gray Fund; Kol Israel Foundation; McCarthy Lebit Crystal & Liffman Co., LPA; Notre Dame College; Betty Rosskamm and Family; Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland; Lauren & Steve Spilman; and Ursuline College
Spots of Light is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.