- Contact information will not be made public
- Please fill out the following information about the object. This information will be presented with the object at the pop up museum and will be included with the image of the object on the online virtual museum.
This is the title that will be included online and at the pop up museum
When was the object created or used
What country or town, where was it manufactured or bought, if a photo where was it taken, if it was from a camp, which camp?
How did the object get to Ottawa?
Tell us the story of how this object relates to the history of your family and the Holocaust. What is it, where is it from, who owned it, how does it help us understand the Holocaust and your family’s experience? Because people need to be able to read this description quickly at the pop up museum or online you’re better to be brief here. Try to keep it under 200 words. If you need to write more, you may choose to send us more information as a word document, see below. Note that you will have an opportunity to tell more of the story in person at the pop up museum as well!
Accepted file types: jpg, png.
Take the best photo you can of the object in good lighting with a neutral background
Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
If you would like to tell us more about your object and its connection to your family’s history, please feel free to share this story in a word document here. Please let us know if you’d like this to be available online (by clicking through to this longer document) or if you’d simply like to share it privately with the organizers for our information. Upload file here.
Every care will be taken to treat your object and your information with security and respect. By clicking here you are submitting your application to participate in the pop up museum and the virtual museum. You may withdraw your participation at any time by contacting the Zelikovitz Centre or Temple Israel. Thank you for your willingness to share your family’s story.