For two decades, Israeli violin maker Amnon Weinstein has dedicated himself to restoring violins played by musicians during the Holocaust. With the help of his son, Avshi, these once-silent violins can be played again.
Plans are underway for Cincinnati’s Holocaust & Humanity Center to open its new exhibition at Union Terminal.
Our calendar is already choc-a-block with ongoing exhibits and plays, but here comes another crop for the final week of February. How will you ever decide?
The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education will call Union Terminal home when the building fully reopens in 2018 following its restoration.
The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education will honor World War II veterans and the generation that helped defeat Nazism during its Voices of Humanity 2016.