'Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project' Schedule

Feb. 16, "Representations of the Holocaust Through Time"
Free lecture: Dr. James Young, Dr. Robert Abzug, Stephen Mills. Wednesday, 7pm, LBJ Library and Museum Atrium.

Feb. 23-24, Holocaust Education Institute
Professional development seminar to help middle school and high school teachers improve their skills in teaching about the Holocaust. Wednesday and Thursday, 8am-6pm, Thompson Conference Center, UT.

March 6-31, The "Coexistence" Exhibition
Free outdoor show of international artwork on the theme of coexistence. Developed by Jerusalem's Museum on the Seam. Auditorium Shores (tentative site).

March 22, "Talking With Young People About the Holocaust and Hate"
Free lecture: Dr. Pacale Bos, Dr. Mary Lee Webeck. Tuesday, 7pm, LBJ Library and Museum Atrium.

March 31, Elie Wiesel
Free lecture by the author and Nobel Peace Prize winner. Thursday, 8pm, Bass Concert Hall.

April 1-3, Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project
World premiere of Stephen Mills' ballet concerning human courage, tolerance, and compassion in the face of the Holocaust. Friday and Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 2pm, Bass Concert Hall.

April 19, Town hall meeting moderated by Linda Ellerbee
Central Texans discuss the implications of the Holocaust on their community today.

For more information, call 476-9151 x200 or visit www.balletaustin.org/light.

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