The Museum’s inaugural exhibition in the new gallery space, “In the Aftermath, Auschwitz-Birkenau: From Hatred to Hope,” attracted extensive media coverage.
Museum Board Member Gail Sachson, a blogger for KERA’s Art & Seek website, posted a wonderful review about the exhibit. DMN Columnist Bob Miller wrote about the exhibit as did a writer for the Dallas Examiner.com. DMN’s Texas Faith blog posted an entry about the photography exhibit, and the The Dallas Observer also noted the exhibition.
On March 8, photographer Tony Corso brought his junior high school students to the Museum where they were surprised to see their teacher’s photography exhibition on display. WFAA-TV (Ch 8-ABC) covered the surprised students as did KDAF-TV (Ch. 33-CW)
The Ada Evening News covered the March 9 presentation by Survivor-Speaker Max Glauben to students at Eastern Central University in Ada, OK. Max’s presentation to students at the Texas Tech law school on March 27 was featured in the The Texas Tech Daily Toreador.
Survivor-Speaker Mike Jacobs was the subject of a March 27 Letter To The Editor in The Dallas Morning News. Mike was also the subject of a story in The Norman Transcript about his March 31 visit to a middle school in that Oklahoma city and the Mineral Wells Index where he visited a high school social studies class there on Feb. 15.
The Dallas Voice wrote a short post March 25 on the Nazi persecution of gays exhibit coming to DHM/CET this summer.
The Royse City Herald Banner wrote a feature story on RC Junior High students’ project following their visit to the Museum.
The Dallas Morning News featured the obituary of Osias Blum who passed away on March 28.