managed by Hannelore Brenner
Room 28 was founded in 2007 in Berlin to support the project with “The Girls of Room 28”, Holocaust survivors and a group of Jewish women who once lived together in the Theresienstadt ghetto, in Room 28 of the Girls' Home L 410. One of the primary tasks of Room 28 is to anchor the legacy of these women with today and share it with younger generations.
The story of these girls is documented in the book, the exhibition and the theatre-play “The Girls of Room 28” by Hannelore Brenner. These works created in alliance with the survivors tell the story of these girls. It is a lesson about Theresienstadt and the Holocaust, but also one about the importance of art, culture and human values.
In general, we are devoted to uncover the artistic and human potential submerged by the rupture of civilization in the 20th century and return its lost inheritance to its rightful place in our society. We realize events and projects in the areas of Art, Education and in the spirit of international understanding.