This world-renowned exhibit, on display October 18-November 15, 2019, is made possible in Pittsburgh by a partnership between the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh.
The Holocaust Center presents the 35th annual Waldman International Arts and Writing Competition, which awards scholarships to middle and high school students. Accepting entries until Jan 9, 2020.
In our gallery now, “OpticVoices: Roots” is a photography exhibit by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Emmai Alaquiva.
Throughout the year, the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh holds numerous events around the region. Here’s what we have coming up.
CHUTZ-POW! is our ongoing acclaimed comic-book series that places stories of courage, resilience, and sacrifice at the forefront of Holocaust awareness.