Behind the Seams
Weaving a Story of Loss and Discovery
Sunday, April 7th at 1:00 pm
Speaker: Molly Dubin, Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Stitching History From The Holocaust was years in the making. Beginning with the discovery of a letter in Milwaukee pleading for help to escape Nazi occupied Prague and eight dress designs, the journey of piecing together this true story of talent lost spans two continents, four generations and more than seven decades. Travel down the path of investigative research, culminating events and creative vision that made it possible to bring this previously unrealized dream, haunting story and inspiring project to fruition.
Molly Dubin has a Master’s Degree in Art History and Museum Studies from the University of Denver and has worked in the field of Jewish art, culture and education for over 20 years. For the past eight years she has developed exhibitions and created programs addressing diverse topics as Curator of the Jewish Museum Milwaukee.
This program is presented in relation to the Stitching History from the Holocaust exhibit, on view April 7 – August 4, 2019. Tickets to public programs include admission to the Museum.