«Anne» - new exhibition with educational approach

This fall, the world will be treated to Anne, an new exhibit created by the Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles on the world of Anne Frank.
Anne, a special 60-minute experience, brings Anne Frank’s story to life through immersive environments, multimedia presentations and intriguing displays. We learn the details of Anne’s life in her own words as we witness her happy childhood and the ominous threat of the Nazis that forces her family into hiding. We watch, listen and feel her innermost thoughts and fears and hopes in an emotional experiential filmic dramatization of her room in the Secret Annex – and finally, the arrest and imprisonment of everyone in hiding. The exhibit culminates with the Interactive Action Lab where we reflect on what we learned about Anne’s legacy and where we are challenged to tackle some of the issues Anne addresses in her writing-- remarkably relevant still today.
The ANNE FRANK FONDS is a strategic partner and supporter of the exhibition said, “This is the most important exhibition about Anne Frank. For the first time the history of the Jewish family is, with context and a meaningful educational approach, comprehensively conveyed through Anne Frank’s works.”

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