June 15-19


Click here to view the virtual gallery from our summer art workshop.


"Voices of History"

Art and Resilience Workshop


Students have the opportunity to work with art mentor Holocaust survivors to create art pieces inspired by iconography and narratives. Students will draw inspiration from reflections on their own life and family experiences. Through the virtual visual arts experience, students will discuss how art is a powerful catalyst for expression, can help in processing painful memories, and act as a pathway in finding resilience. The workshop will conclude with a virtual gallery exhibition of students’ art and artist statements. The program is presented in partnership Milken Community Schools and is open to non-Milken students. 

*For Milken students 25 hours of community service credit will be given.

Tuition: FREE, donation suggested. 

For more information, please contact Lisa Weissman at lweissman@lamoth.org or (323) 651-3716.





Voices of History is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Department of Arts and Culture.