25 November 2021
Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem, is offering the international community, including national and local organizations, educational centers, libraries and religious institutions, the ability to showcase a Yad Vashem exhibition in their own geographic location in time for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, observed each year on 27th January.
For close to seven decades, Yad Vashem has been recognized for its fact-based museums, exhibitions and content on display on the Mount of Remembrance, as well as its traveling exhibitions. Its "ready2print" series currently comprises nine museum-quality exhibitions that help promote knowledge, awareness and dialogue about the Holocaust, and its relevance to life in the 21st century.
Ready2print exhibitions – on a wide range of topics including art during the Holocaust, notable women during the Holocaust, the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp and children during the Shoah – are quick and affordable ways to bring Yad Vashem's curatorial skills and expertise to local community centers, schools, religious and cultural centers and public institutions.
The nine exhibitions are comprised of panels that are sent in high-resolution digital files, available free of charge. They can be sent anywhere in the world and printed at any local business.
In recent years, Yad Vashem's "ready2print" exhibitions have been displayed in some 57 countries around the world, including the Comunidad Judía Resistencia, Argentina; the Israeli embassy in Beijing, China; Schillstraße – the memorial to the former concentration camp at Braunschweig in Germany; the International School of San Pedro Sula, Honduras; the Linate Milano Airport in Italy; outdoors in the city of New Delhi, India; at Colin College, McKinney, Texas; at the UN Headquarters in New York; at the El Lugar de la Memoria, la Tolerancia y la Inclusión Social, LUM (The Place of Memory, Tolerance and Social Inclusion), Peru; at Colegiul Național Calistrat in Hogaș, Taracianu, Romania; and at the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan. Many thousands of people have attended these displays, including elected officials, educators and students in high school and university, as well as members of the public. The exhibitions are available in 29 different languages, including Spanish.
Order your ready2print exhibition from Yad Vashem today.