Love in Wartime


Thursday November 4

Time (Eastern Time)

7:00 PM  –  8:00 PM

Love stories during the Holocaust are as inspiring as they are remarkable. In photographer Max Hirshfeld's new book Sweet Noise: Love in Wartime, he offers an intimate look at one of these stories through powerful photographs, a series of emotional love letters between his parents, and the narrative of a son's pilgrimage exploring his origins.

Join the Museum for a program exploring Hirshfeld's work with the photographer and Jacqueline Kott-Wolle, a fellow artist and daughter of Holocaust survivors. Hirshfeld and Kott-Wolle will explore different forms of love, expression, and the idea that Jewish trauma and hardship did not end after the war.

Live closed captions will be available during this event.

A $10 suggested donation enables us to present programs like this one. We thank you for your support.