Butterflies of Hope
7 JUNE 2007 – 29 FEBRUARY 2008
Butterflies of Hope is an exhibition designed to raise awareness of the plight of children trapped in war. Developed for children 10+ and their families, the exhibition introduces the Holocaust from a Child Survivor's perspective.
The experiences of Sydney-based Child Holocaust Survivors will be highlighted, along with original objects and photographs. Original children’s drawings and a toy butterfly from the Terezin ghetto have been loaned from the Terezin Memorial Museum for the exhibition.
A photographic exhibition of children caught up in recent genocides will also feature in the exhibition. Children are invited to inscribe a message of hope for children affected by such atrocities, and place it within the exhibition in support of the right of every child to live in peace.
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