We co-present numerous programs throughout the year with other community organizations and programming bodies.
Upcoming Programs and Events
IHRD 2018 WEBINAR
In honour of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Neuberger is excited to take part in a special webinar moderated by Len Rudner at the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. The discussion will feature Holocaust survivor Vera Schiff sharing some of her experiences in the Theresienstadt concentration camp and the Neuberger's Education Intern, Andreas Mayer, providing insight into Holocaust Memorial Service which is a recognized alternative to mandatory military service in Austria.
Wednesday, January 25 | 1:00 PM
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Azrieli Foundation Book Launch
The Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre is excited to support the official launch of Memories in Focus, a memoir by Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter. Join the Azrieli Foundation for an evening of celebration featuring Dr. Steven Smith, Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation in conversation with Pinchas Gutter.
Monday, January 29, 2018
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Al Green Theatre | Miles Nadal JCC
750 Spadina Avenue
Admission FREE | Register here
In Conversation with Max Eisen
The Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre and The Schwartz/Reisman Centre present
MAX EISEN, AUTHOR OF “BY CHANCE ALONE”
ELI RUBENSTEIN, National Director of March of the Living Canada
SUNDAY, MARCH 26 | 4PM
Schwartz/Reisman Centre | 9600 Bathurst St | Vaughan
Presentation including autographed book: $30
Presentation: $15 (Book will be available for purchase at $20)
Book signing and light refreshments following the presentation
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The Neuberger co-presents
Last Folio / Posledny Portret
at the 2016 Toronto Jewish Film Festival
SLOVAK WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
RUNNING TIME: 81 MIN
A compelling tribute to a vanishing community. Slovakian-Canadian photographer Yuri Dojc undertakes a personal journey into the past and present of Slovakia’s Jewish community. Through interviews with Shoah survivors who remained in Slovakia, as well as the story of Yuri’s parents who spent the war in hiding, the film looks at both the help Slovakian Jews received and the anti-Semitism they experienced. It is Yuri’s stunningly beautiful photographs that let us experience the vibrant cultural history of Slovakian Jews through the now abandoned schools, synagogues and mikvahs he lovingly captures with his camera.
Guest: Photographer Yuri Dojc
University of Toronto's Faculty of Information Presents
I.P. Sharp Lectureship in Information Science 2015
Technology Serves Remembrance: Yad Vashem’s Breakthroughs in Accessing Holocaust
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Innis Town Hall - 2 Sussex Avenue, Toronto
U of T St. George Campus
Doors open at 6:00 pm; Lecture begins at 6:30 pm
Reception to follow.
Dr. Haim Gertner, Director, Archives Division and Fred Hillman Chair of Holocaust Documentation, Yad Vashem, Israel
With support of UJA's Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, Ontario Jewish Archives, and the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto.
The Enduring Power of Photography
and the presentation of difficult topics
A unique program based on the AGO exhibit, Memory Unearthed;
photographs of Jewish life in the Lodz Ghetto.
THURSDAY, 8 OCTOBER
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Purchase tickets online or call 416.635.5340 x 308
Lodz Ghetto in context of the Holocaust
Bernice Eisenstein, Author of the internationally acclaimed graphic memoir, I was a Child of Holocaust Survivors
Behind the scenes
Gillian McIntyre, Interpretive Planner at the AGO
Discussion of the Collection
Maia-Mari Sutnik, Curator of photography at the AGO and Adjunct Professor at Ryerson University
Maxine Granofsky Gluskin, President, AGO Board of Trustees
Programs in the Community
Check back soon for more information about Holocaust education and remembrance programs in Toronto.