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Caroline Slifkin is an artist and a freelance Holocaust educator who specialises in teaching about the Holocaust through Holocaust Arts. A Fellow of the Imperial War Museum London in Holocaust Education, with her project in Holocaust Arts Education, ‘Art in the Shadow of Death,’ delivered to school and colleges with a generous grant from the Arts Council England. A Fellow of Royal Holloway, University of London in Holocaust and Jewish Civilisation. Caroline is a Yad Vashem graduate, who has received Yad Vashem Graduate grants to further develop her work in Holocaust Arts Education. 
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The Power of Holocaust Art

Caroline Slifkin reflects on her Holocaust art for schools project. I first got involved in creating a schools Holocaust arts project for Bolton’s Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) events in 2011. The completed art display toured The Town Hall, The Market Place and Bolton University, raising awareness in the wider community. Due to the success of […]

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Art in the Shadow of Death

Caroline Slifkin describes her work teaching Holocaust Arts to Ashton Sixth Form College (Stamford Park Trust). I first started working with Ashton Sixth Form College (Stamford Park Trust) in 2006. It was one of the 10 schools and colleges for my Imperial War Museum London Fellowship in Holocaust Education, Holocaust Arts project, ’Art in the […]

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Teaching Holocaust Art

Caroline Slifkin discusses her role teaching about the Holocaust through Holocaust Arts. The Holocaust is a defining event in human history and the study of it can help students to think critically about the world around them. Teaching the Holocaust in History is essential but it can be taught with a cross-curricular approach. A study […]

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