We have created a mobile exhibition, which is available to hire to schools and other organisations. The exhibition contains a wealth of fascinating images and visual material that helps to brings to life the experiences of the people who came to Scotland to escape the Holocaust.

The exhibition is an excellent resource to support education about the Holocaust, The Second World War and the human experience of refugees.

Example questions for Teachers

Teachers may use these examples of Questions to enrich their pupils experience of visiting the exhibition.

Click to download the word document

Gallery

Click on the images below to view a larger version.

Images from the open doors day

Enlarged Pictures of Exhibition

The pictures below, when clicked on, will present a panorama view of all the panels of the exhibition.

Click on the left picture to see the 1st part /front panels of the exhibition, and the right picture to see 2nd part/rear panels of the exhibition.

In order to view the wording clearly, please click to open the picture and then use the zoom controls in your browser to read the text.

Technical Requirements

Size of display: 5 metres long - "S" shaped, or 7 metres if straight/continuous

2.75 metres high and 4 metres space to walk around.

Power supply required for lighting and TV monitor: 240v 3,000 watts

Costs

Cost of hire £250 (provisional price) for 35 miles radius from Glasgow City Centre - outwith this area price on application.

The exhibition is offered on a not-for-profit basis. The price quoted covers the expenses involved with exhibition stand transportation and set-up.

Price includes supply, transportation, assembly, take-down, return transportation, insurance.

Payment required after inquiry to confirm booking.

Exhibition offered subject to availability.

Volunteer Speakers

We also have volunteer Holocaust speakers who are available to go to schools, youth organisations, libraries etc to explain our families' personal connection with these events, and talk about the survivors finding sanctuary in Scotland, and rebuilding their lives in their new home country.

Volunteer speakers provided free of charge, contribution to re-imburse travelling expenses greatly appreciated.

To enquire about hiring our exhibition or about our volunteer speakers, please fill out the form below or email: gatheringthevoices@gmail.com

Supported and Funded By

supported by the heritage lottery fund
scottish government Glasgow Caledonian University
sense over sectarianism Glasgow City Council
German ministry of foreign affairs
  • Ethel Hoffman
  • Esterson Trust
  • Glasgow Jewish Community Trust
  • Queen’s Park Charitable Trust
  • Steven and Hilary Anson
  • David and Angela Shapiro
  • Claire and Howard Singerman
  • Netherlee and Clarkston Charitable Trust
  • Ralph Slater Trust
  • The Alma & Leslie Wolfson Charitable Trust‏
  • German Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Saskia Tepe

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