Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Exhibition

Courage to Care

26 July - 23 August 2012

Courage to Care is an anti-bullying, anti-discrimination and anti-racism travelling exhibition/ program aimed at promoting racial tolerance, harmony and understanding. Our message - that each person can make a difference - is contextualised in contemporary terms, to show that each of us can act when confronted by discrimination, racism, prejudice and bullying. The exhibition is based on stories of the brave people who put their lives - and their family’s lives - at risk to rescue Jews during the Holocaust, an extreme and unfortunately real example of discrimination. The exhibition also has a large educational component including tours and Holocaust Survivor’s talks.

To book school sessions please contact 02 48 234 442 or email artgallery@goulburn.nsw.gov.au  

Teachers Preview Thursday 26 July at 5pm- Free, bookings on 48 234 442


Opening Thursday 26 July at 6pm by Andrew Havas, OAM, Chairman, B'nai B'rith Courage to Care (NSW)

 

 

 

 

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