Survivor Testimonies and Films for your Classroom


Holocaust Museum LA's Voices of History programs offer middle, high school, and college students the opportunity to create meaningful artistic reflections in various mediums. Students learn about the Holocaust through primary sources, informative sessions with Museum staff, and dialogue with Holocaust Survivors. Students then interview Survivors and collaborate with them to develop their ideas into short films, theater performances, music compositions, and photography exhibits. The final projects capture the personal stories of the Survivors, the students' understanding of this history, and their dedication to shaping the future of Holocaust education. In our film workshops, students meet with Survivors and learn their personal histories, visit the Museum for customized tours of the galleries, and work with mentors in animation and live action to create films based on Survivors' life stories.





  • Teen Engagement