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The Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh presents:
3 Perspectives: An Attempt to Understand

Art: The Blue Heart/A Painting for Patrick; Kara Ruth Snyder

Visit for more on this original exhibition, curated by the Holocaust Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. 3 Perspectives helps to explain the events of the Holocaust through art, narrative and history, and features the creative works of Judith Robinson and Kara Snyder.

This traveling exhibition will be displayed at the following venues:

November 22, 2013 - December 30, 2013
Union Hall (Bar Marco) | 2216 Penn Ave, 15222

January 2, 2014 - February 2, 2014
Edward & Rose Berman Hillel Jewish University Center | 4607 Forbes Ave, 15213

February 3, 2014 - March 2, 2014
Jewish Community Center - Squirrel Hill | 5738 Forbes Ave, 15217


Perspective: We all approach the events of the Holocaust from unique perspectives. It is through these perspectives that we try to make sense of this world that we live in.

History: A chronological record of significant events.

Narrative: Is personal. It makes us cry because it shows that everything that happens in this world happens to someone just like us, a person.

Art: Is evocative. It allows us to wipe away the tears and cope with the struggle of reality, while feeling closer to those who lived through the struggles.

This and all Holocaust Center programs are funded through the generosity of our donors, either through direct annual giving or gifts to our Endowment Funds.

Questions? Please contact Zachary Zafris at or 412.421.1500.