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About The Memory Project Productions

Finding Kalman is produced by The Memory Project Productions, Inc., a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to honor and memorialize Holocaust and genocide victims by using their experiences to promote positive change in the world. Art, photographs and stories are the vehicle we use to touch people’s hearts and minds.

Materials currently available include:

  • The Memory Project and the Mobile Memory Project-multimedia art installations suitable for different size venues.
  • The Memory Project: Connecting Art and History-a 28-page Educator’s Guide available for free download or for purchase. Free with purchase of Finding Kalman.
  • Painting With Light and Shade-A six-minute art lesson suitable for all ages and all ability levels. Available for free download at www.memoryprojectproductions.com. Click the For Educators link.
  • Finding Kalman:  A Boy in Six Million
    by Anna Huberman Jacobs and Roz Jacobs

A 64-page, full-color book that juxtaposes Holocaust survivor Anna Jacobs’ story with that of her American-born daughter, the artist Roz Jacobs. Available from Abingdon Square Publishing for $19.99.

Suitable for middle school on up.

 School Program: Paint Your Own History: It’s in the Making

A workshop that includes screening Finding Kalman with hands-on art and student creation of their own memory projects.

The Memory Project Productions is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Copyright © 2011 The Memory Project Productions. All rights reserved.