I have only read the book "...I never saw another butterfly..." the
exhibition has not been to Iceland. But the book had a very strong
influence on my and I read the poetry often. I have often thought about
working with the book but not found a suitable way yet. So I would also be
glad to hear any ideas. Maybe ideas people have worked with in connection
to the Holocost Museum.
Best regards from the far north,
>Hi, >My kids have just been to see the moving exhibition of Children's Drawings >nad Poems from Terezin Concentration Camp. They have been doing some work >on the poetry and I want to incorporate some art with it. However, I am >afraid that I am in a bit of awe of the artwork. I don't want them to copy >it but how do I encourage my students to emulate - any ideas? If you can >get to see this particular exhibition (it is in Australia at the moment - I >don't know if it is going to America or has already been) do so. It is one >of the most moving experiences of my life. The book "...I never saw >another butterfly..." was a wonderful introduction to the exhibition. >Gina