Visit Anne Frank + You, 25 April - 20 May

Anne Frank + You is at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow from 7 – 30 June.

Delivered in partnership with Glasgow Museums, Anne Frank + You presents facsimile artefacts from Anne’s life and the Holocaust including a life-size replica of her bedroom in the ‘secret annexe’ where she and her family hid for more than two years in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam.  Historical content is juxtaposed with a contemporary section which highlights themes from Anne’s diary, such as racial hatred and the value of freedom and education.

Tim Robertson, Chief Executive of the Anne Frank Trust: “I am thrilled that we are bringing this truly important exhibition to Glasgow – the city where we launched our education programmes in Scotland 11 years ago and where we have nurtured strong and very valued links including those with Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities; Police Scotland and a long-standing partnership with Glasgow City Council.

 

 

“Anne Frank was murdered in the Holocaust simply because she was Jewish. But her story lives on in her astonishing diary – which has sold 36 million copies, globally – and in the education initiatives she has inspired around the world. The Anne Frank + You exhibition offers a fascinating and moving insight into Anne’s life and legacy. I know it will make people reflect, and I hope it will make every visitor commit to opposing all forms of hate.”

Councillor David McDonald, Chair of Glasgow Life: ‘We are pleased to host Anne Frank + You at St Mungo Museum in Glasgow. This exhibition enhances the city’s successful partnership with the Anne Frank Trust, supporting initiatives that promote Anne’s message of social justice, equality and challenging prejudice.

‘St Mungo Museum is a fitting venue for the exhibition as its ethos is about promoting understanding and respect between people of different faiths and those of none. Life can be incredibly busy. St Mungo’s and this exhibition in particular offers an opportunity to simply stop and remember the importance of fighting all forms of prejudice in society.’

The exhibition, and the Anne Frank Ambassador programme is supported by Young Start, The Robertson Trust, The Gannochy Trust, Glasgow City Council, and Glasgow Life. Museum opening hours apply.