The Room 28 Project is a cultural and educational project, which originates in the story of "The Girls of Room 28", young Jewish prisoners who lived together in Room 28 in the Girls Home, L 410 in Ghetto Theresienstadt between 1942 and 1944. A book, an exhibition and a theatre-play tell their story since 2004 and led to many more projects, events and publications. All those projects form 'Room 28 Projects', the general name for all the works created to share the legacy of 'The Girls of Room 28' , especially with the younger generation.
Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick is the author of the book and the exhibtion "The Girls of Room 28".
She is the founder of Room 28 Projects, curator and organizer of the exhibition "The Girls of Room 28" in Europe.
Thanks to Karen Zolko and Dodi Chansky, São Paulo, the exhibition came to life in Brazil.
It was first shown in the Mube Museum in São Paulo on 22 May 2014, followed by exhibitions in Brasilia and Porto Alegre. On 12 April 2016 "As Meninas do Quarto 28" opened in Rio de Janeiro and can be visited till 17 July 2016..
Hannelore Brenner, Karen Zolko, Dodi Chansky
13 June 2016
Educational Room 28 project presented on:
Karen Zolko talking about the exhibition "As Meninas do Quarto 28" in Programa de Jô in Brazil Television. Click here
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3 May 2016
Helga Pollak-Kinsky and her authentic Terezin Diary written in Theresienstadt, Girls Home L 410, Room 28. An Interview by the Brazilian magazin Veja, May 2016
More about "our Helga" and her original diary on www.edition-room28.de
"As Meninas do Quarto 28" in Porto Alegre presented by Karen Zolko
Autobiography of Evelina Merová.
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