As Meninas do Quarto 28 The Girls of Room 28, Theresienstadt
As Meninas do Quarto 28The Girls of Room 28, Theresienstadt


Update: 9.10.2018


Schwerin, 2.- 15. Oktober 2018, Schleswig Holstein Haus

Vierzehn Jahre

nachdem die Ausstellung Die Mädchen von Zimmer 28 erstmals am 23. September 2004  im Rahmen des Festivals Verfemte Musik in Schwerin eröffnet  wurde, ist die internationale Wanderausstellung wieder in Schwerin zu sehen.

Der folgende Button führt direkt zur Website des Festivals und zu weiteren Informationen.

Room 28 Offer

Building a bridge between Brazil and Germany and Europe


An offer to German and European Universities from two Brazilian Professors and two São Paulo universities and Room 28 Projects.

The Brazilian book and exhibition As Meninas do Quarto 28 inspired two Brazilian professors of communication and memories, Barbara Heller and Priscila F. Perrazzo, to have a closer look at the book The Girls of Room 28. They published a paper on it and, in 2017, invited the author Hannelore Brenner to seminars in their Universities in São Paulo.

Thirf from left: Karen Zolko, Barbara Heller. Right: Priscila F. Perazzo

The encounters and conversations developed into a friendship and led to a new plan: to create a bridge between a German university - or a Europeanb university -  and the two Brazilian universities they teach in -  the Universidade Municipal de São Caetano do Sul and the Universidade Paulista. Part of our plan is to include the exhibition The Girls of Room 28.

More on the menue:


24 October 2018

View our offer to Universities in the US or Great Britain, schools or Cultural institutions and get the Compendium 2017.

The Compendium 2017 is published by Edition Room 28. It is an introduction into the Room 28 Educational Project. See:

Learn about the TEREZIN PROJECT here:

Helga's Diary
Compendium 2017 Helgas Diary.pdf
PDF-Dokument [1.6 MB]
Leya. Sao Paulo

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