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This exhibition will consider the common heritage and richness of European culture by reflecting on the Greek, Roman and Christian origins which developed into the social and cultural construct of Europe. It will review the origins of the European Union following the tragedies of two World Wars and, ahead of...
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The Family of Jacob: Birth of the ‘We’

The family of Jacob was torn apart by enmity and scattered across the world. Joseph the dreamer was betrayed by his brothers and sold into slavery in Egypt. The exhibition tells of the remarkable way in which unity was restored.  The purpose of this exhibition is to discover the paths that the...
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Etty Hillesum: “An Uninterrupted Conversation”

Etty Hillesum was a young Jewish woman living in Amsterdam, fearfully observing the Nazi occupation of her country in the 1940s. Her ‘I’ was born from an encounter, and a work on that encounter – which included writing a diary which describes her journey, and has since been translated into...
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