1. How do I bring Transfer of Memory to my organization?
2. How do I participate?
Participants self-identify as Holocaust Survivors. Portraits and stories represent concentration camp survivors and hidden children experiences.
If you are interested in being featured in Transfer of Memory, please contact email@example.com.
3. What happens at the portrait session?
The portrait session runs one and one-half to two (1 1/2 - 2) hours in length. Family members are welcome to be present.
David Sherman conducts and records a brief interview. Survivors are asked to share their story, which is edited by Lili Chester to create the exhibition text.
Once the interview is complete, a professional makeup artist prepares each Survivor to ensure they look their best.
Survivors are photographed in digital (color) and analog (black & white film) formats. David and the project curators are the final decision makers in regard to image selection.
4. How do I purchase images?
All Transfer of Memory images and text are copyrighted and cannot be reproduced for any purpose whatsoever, including educational purposes, without the expressed written consent of David Sherman and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas.
Transfer of Memory participants receive one 5 x7 print of the exhibit image at no charge.
Fine-art reprints are available for purchase.