Trauma, Memory, and the Art of Survival, Seuss Room, Geisel Library, Wednesday, 03. June 2020

Presented by the UC San Diego Holocaust Living History Workshop
Sponsored by Daniel and Phyllis Epstein
Please join the UC San Diego Jewish Studies Program and UC San Diego Library for a lecture by Gabriella Y. Karin on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 from 4:30-7 p.m. in the Seuss Room at Geisel Library. This event is free and open to the public.
As a child, Gabriella Karin was separated from her parents and placed in a Slovakian convent for three years. Although physically safe, she did not emerge unscathed. Suppressed memories of her past came flooding back once she began to fashion sculptures related to the Holocaust later in life. Her journey offers important insight into trauma and how creativity can be used as a tool to process memories of oppression, persecution, and loss. Karin is a docent at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust and participates in the Righteous Conversations Project which unites survivors and students through art.
This event is preceded by a talk by Rose Schindler, a Czechoslovakian Jew who was deported to Auschwitz at age 14. Her story is told in the recently published Two Who Survived: Keeping Hope Alive While Surviving the Holocaust.
For directions and parking information for this event, click here.
All visitors to the UC San Diego campus are required to display a valid parking pass. The closest parking to Geisel Library is the Hopkins Parking Structure. For information about accessible parking on campus, click here. 
For more information about the event or help with registration, contact UCSDLibrary@ucsd.edu.
IMAGE: Marc Chagall, Tamar Daughter-in-Law of Judah from The Bible, 1960

Trauma, Memory, and the Art of Survival

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