Pop-Up History with the Levine Museum of the New South March 4 – 21, 2022

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All of history is stories
When we realize that personal narratives shape and define our larger shared history, individuals and the community gain perspective. This is the goal of our newest initiative “Pop-Up History.”

In partnership with Levine Museum of the New South and the Anne Frank Center at University of South Carolina in Columbia, we are bringing the travelling Anne Frank exhibition, Anne Frank: A History for Today, to the Levine Museum from March 4 – 21, 2022. The exhibit will be staffed by student docents from several schools throughout Charlotte, trained to create their own personalized tour of the exhibit. There will be an interactive component for visitors focused on the complexities of identity and society today.

For more information, please contact Donna Tarney, tarneyd@queens.edu

We would like to thank our generous sponors for making this event possible:
Suly Chenkin
Lynne and Stu Cojac
Merrridith and Howard Glazer
Betsy Rosen and Liam Stokes
Shana and Oscar Suris

Photo by Ronni Kurtz on Unsplash

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