Throughout North America, Anne Frank exhibits have been hosted by community centers, schools and universities, arts organizations, libraries and museums.
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect can help you organize events and engage your community to plan and implement a complete program, including:
docent-led tours for students, teachers and visitors,
docent training, and
meetings with Holocaust survivors, World War II veterans, or those with first-hand experience of human rights abuses.
Dutch resistance art and propaganda from the Center’s archive collections.
A smaller exhibit intended for schools and libraries with a focus on Anne Frank as a writer.
Our definitive exhibit for the complete life and history of Anne and her family.
Over 70 family photographs, many rarely shown in public.
This exhibit discusses the life and struggles of Anne. It then jumps forward to the present, telling stories of young people today.
With the exception of Art & Propaganda, the traveling exhibits are designed and produced by the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and distributed throughout the United States by the Anne Frank Center.
Copyrighted photos used with permission: AFF/AFH – Basel/Amsterdam (Anne Frank Fonds - Basel / Anne Frank House - Amsterdam).
Peer-to-peer exhibit guide training and other Anne Frank Center educational programs are made possible in part through funding from: