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

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Exhibition: The Girls of Room 28

Original version

The original exhibition was created in Germany and opened on 23 September 2004 in Schwerin, where it was first opened as  part of the festival "Verfemte Music" (Banned Music).

 

© Coyright, Text, concept: 2004, Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick

Designers: Renate Schlicht and Walter Hagenow, Wiesbaden

Adviser and collaborator in 2004: Benedikt Burkhard

23 September 2004

 

Opening of the exhibition in Schwerin with the "Girls of Room 28". The book and the exhibition roots in their story and in their special desire to remember.

Title panel

of the original exhibition

Germany (2004)

 

The image is based on the cover of the first edition of the book The Girls of Room 28 published in 2004 by Droemer, Munic.

Further versions followed: Czech (20o6), French (2009), English (2010).

Gewandhaus Leipzig, 2005

24  panels

 

Size A0 portrait format

84,1 x 118,9 cm

 

The first edition was made of posters in glass-frames.

German Parliament

Berlin

 

23 January 2008

Reconstruction of Room 28 in the German Parliament

Model of Room 28

attributed by the German Parliament, January 2008

 

Size:

6,20 x 3,25 x 2,51 m

W x D x H

 

Photo ©www.evelinfrerk.de

Town Hall, Berlin Schöneberg, 2009

Panels

 

Town Hall Berlin Schöneberg

April 2009

 

The second edition was printed on synthetic material.

Photo: www.evelinfrerk.de

 

Second panel

of the exhibition

 

Concert Hall Berlin, Gendarmenmarkt, 2010

20+ panels

 

Size A3

paintings of the "Girls of Room 28"

Concert Hall, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin, 2010

European Commission, Brussels, 2013

Model of Room 28

 

and Roll-up

Stones of Remembrance

 

European Commission

Brussels, January 2013

 

European Commission, Brussels 2013

Model of Room 28

 

European Commission  Brussels, January 2013

Parting

Panel of the exhibition

 

From Flaska's scrap-book

 

Show-case

with documents of "The Girls of Room 28"

Schwerin, September 2004

Essentials

The German version as well as the Czech, French and English version were made with a minimum of budget.

 

A lot still needs to be done to make the exhibition the way it is    conceived. Due to lack of money this could not be done until today.

 

There is a rich audio-and film archive in the ownership of Hannelore Brenner waiting to be explored and turned into audio-and film installations for our exhibition and to be integrated in our educational project. And there are many more ideas waiting to be realized.

Room 28 e.V.

In 2007 the Non-Profit Organization Room 28 e.V. was founded in Berlin/Germany to support the project with "The Girls of Room 28". We want this organization to develop into a strong sponsering association for the Room 28 Educational Project in order to guarantee its survival in the future, also when the brain behind and the motor of it, Hannelore Brenner, cannot work on the project any more.

In December 2017 Room 28 e.V. has started a Fundraising Campaign to raise money for the renewal of the exhibition, for developing the teaching material and for establishing a team to work on the project on an international level. We appreciate  any support.

Offer to an institution

It is also possible to hand over the exhibition and project to a congenial institution ready to fulfill the wish and hopes of "The Girls of Room 28" and of the author of the project.

General survey

Room 28 Projects and the  international Room 28 Educational Project is presented in the brochure: Theresienstadt. The Girls of Room 28. Compendium 2017. Room 28 Educational Project. More information on:

NEWS

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
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