Introducing a Special Collection from the Reflect & Respond Program 2022
The mission of the David Labkovski Project is to educate about the Holocaust through the art of David Labkovski, (1906-1991) who survived the Holocaust in Siberian exile. By engaging students and viewers with his paintings and sketches, the DLP shares lessons of life, survival, tolerance, acceptance and the importance of bearing witness to history.
The DLP Reflect and Respond Program invites participants to submit poetry, prose and creative submissions in response to David Labkovksi’s artwork. Submissions for the Reflect and Respond program are an opportunity for adults and students (age 12 and up) to participate and engage in discussions about the Holocaust and the dangers of antisemitism.
We are happy to present you with the winning submissions of 2022.