Please see below information on our latest temporary exhibitions open to the public:
Holocaust & Genocide
This traveling version of our core exhibition, explores genocide and human rights, as well as the Holocaust and 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Featuring 34 panels of content created exclusively for the Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre, as well as our educational programmes.
Call us to book for a guided tour of the exhibition and building!
The Goldene Medina: Celebrating 175 Years of Jewish Life in SA
South Africa Jewish Museum & South African Jewish Board of Deputies
(Ends 18 June, open select Sundays)
This exhibition is a celebration of the birth and evolution of a community. It tells the story of the SA Jewish community from 1841 to 2016; comprising of a collection of personal anecdotes, indicative of the shared experiences of the community.
For group or school bookings contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lidice Tragedy
Lidice Memorial, Embassy of the Czech Republic in Pretoria
The exhibition commemorates the burning and destruction of the village of Lidice in central Bohemia, on 10 June 1942. The massacre at Lidice became a symbol of the suffering of innocent civilian people during WWII.
A Pile of Stones
Clive Van Den Berg, Goodman Gallery
1 June – 31 July 2017
Featuring recent work by the artist, this series reflects on the increasing persecution of LGBTQI people globally by looking at the murders of gay men in Syria and Iraq, and memorialising these lives.