9 February, 2020 @ 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Jami is the mental health service for the Jewish community. Have a chat with a trained Jami support worker to find out more about Jami’s work or to discuss any of the exhibition themes.
Two drop-in sessions available: 10-11.30am and 2-4pm.
Join a facilitator from Jami and an art therapist to explore the ‘maker’ in you with an art workshop and group discussion inspired by Salomon’s body of work and her process in finding a creative voice. For more info and booking: https://jewishmuseum.org.uk/event/finding-your-creative-voice-workshop/
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In May 1940 a young Dutchman by the name of Sally Noach escaped from Belgium just days before the Nazis occupied the Low Countries. Now, nearly forty years after his death, his daughter Lady Irene Hatter has decided to retrace his steps and uncover the truth behind her father’s wartime exploits.