Containing media from the time of the Armenian genocide (1915-1920) and from the 1940’s, this collection includes relief posters, editorial cartoons, and Minnesota newspaper articles about the Armenian genocide.
Our collections have been exhibited throughout the United States over our 20 year history. Sharing our art, artifacts, and visual testimony allows us to extend our impact beyond our campus and community. We are seeking collaborations and venues to display our works. Contact us for more information at 612-624-9007 or by email.
Named for CHGS founding director Stephen Feinstein, with a vision to explore and to challenge viewers. This collection contains art representing a variety of responses to the Holocaust, other genocides, mass violence, refugees and migration.
Artists Represented:Samuel Bak, Saul Balagura, Joseph Bau, Israel Bernbaum, Vivian Bower, Daisy Brand, Alice Lok Cahana, Elvire Coriat de Baere, Pete Driessen, Robert O. Fisch, Toby Knobel Flueck, David Friedmann, Aharon Gluska, Fay Grajower, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Wolfgang Hergeth, Edward Hillel, Fritz Hirschberger, Marty Kalb, Boris Kobe, Jordan Krimstein, Gerson Leiber, Eli Leskey, Judith Liberman, Esther Lurie, Carolyn H. Manosevitz, Haim Maor, Betty Mittleman, Aaron Morgan, Susi Rosenberg, David Schwab, Shelomo Selinger, Johannes Steyer, Josef Szajna, Susan May Tell, Cy Thao, Apo Torosyan, Arnold Trachtman, Szombathi Zoltan.