We are holding exclusive two-hour workshops, to share our latest project ORDINARY OBJECTS, EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEYS. Each workshop is designed specifically for local authority staff, to help you make the most of this new user-friendly innovative resource for your audiences.
By attending the workshop you will be amongst the first to see and experience a new immersive and innovative website, which maps previously unknown journeys of men, women and young people affected during the Holocaust. This unique experience follows individuals’ journeys via an interactive map and through artefacts belonging to them, casting a light on lesser-known aspects of the Holocaust.
In this virtual/in-person workshop, you will:
- Gain a greater understanding of individuals experiences of the Holocaust.
- Explore and discuss with other local authority staff how Holocaust commemoration and awareness raising can be strengthened within your communities.
- Receive training on how to make the most of this new user-friendly innovative resource for your audiences.
- Have the opportunity to be guided through the website and the testimonies it shares and see how it can be used within your local communities, for example through libraries, workplaces, community hubs and informal learning groups.
Places on these workshops are limited and will be allocated on a first come basis, so reserve your place now on one of the links below.
Monday 9 May, 10am-12pm (online)
Tuesday 10 May, 1-3pm (online)
Monday 16 May, 10am-12pm (online)
Thursday 26 May, 10am-12pm (online)