Holocaust Museum Houston opening reception: Birthrights Left Behind

Holocaust Museum Houston opening reception: Birthrights Left Behind
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In Birthrights Left Behind, artist Pauline Jakobsberg poses the question: Is it possible to shape the future through memories of the past?

Birthrights is a selection of Jakobsberg's work consisting of more than 20 original hand-pulled prints using various printmaking techniques, ranging from engraving, etching, silkscreen and collagraph. Jakobsberg dedicates the exhibition to her children and her late husband Wolfgang, who fled Nazi Germany at the age of six with his parents to Bolivia in 1939. Inspired by the stories of her husband's family who suffered considerable loss at the hands of the Nazis, Jakobsberg has devoted much of her art to telling their stories. Many of the works address the Holocaust and the loss of birthright that accompanies the loss of one's homeland.  

Holocaust Museum Houston members are invited to a free preview reception. To renew memberships or to join and attend, email membership@hmh.org or call 713-527-1640.

Event Details

When

10.30.14 | 6:00 pm

Where

5401 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004

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Ticket Info

Holocaust Museum Houston members only event; RSVP required.