Fashioning a Nation: German Identity and Industry, 1914-1945

Are you interested in hosting this exhibit?

  1. Please read the Borrower's Information Packet.
  2. Review the current tour schedule to ensure the exhibit is not already booked during the dates you would like to request.
  3. Once you have read and agree to the requirements listed in the packet, please submit a booking request

    If you have additional questions, please contact Emma Ellingson via e-mail or at 770-206-1555.

This exhibition explores the powerful history of German fashion from its international impact to its destruction by the Nazi regime. It honors the legacy of the Jewish Germans who contributed to its rise and commemorates the great cultural and economic loss resulting from its demise.

Please click to access the exhibit's online materials. 


Specifications

The exhibit consists of 16 free-standing panels measuring 8’ by 3' each. The panels must be arranged in chronological order according to the number on the reverse side of each panel. 

Booking

This exihibit is not available for loan until May 1, 2017. 

Before submitting a booking request, you are required to download the Borrower's Information Packet and review the requirements and guidelines.

Click here to submit a booking request. 

Booking requests must be submitted a minimum of 3 weeks prior to requested display date. 

Please be aware that the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust is busiest from February through May. For requests during this season, we encourage you to submit your request two to three months in advance.

Fees

There is no rental fee at this time for this exhibit. However, hosts are required to cover the travel expenses for the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust staff member(s) for set-up and take-down of the exhibit unless other arrangements have been made.

As travel expenses will vary depending on location, distance, and availability the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust is unable to provide an estimate until booking negotiations begin with the host. The Borrower must pay the invoiced amount in full prior to the start date of the approved loan period.

No admission fee may be charged to the public to view the exhibit unless the Host has a standard admission in place at the facility.

Promotional Materials

  • All promotional materials are provided by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust. Any changes or edits must be approved by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust staff prior to public distribution.
  • All promotion online and in print must include the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust logo and website address: www.holocaust.georgia.gov.
  • A flyer, press release, and event page are provided by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust upon receipt of the signed Loan Agreement. 
  • The Borrower is responsible for any printing fees for promotional materials and exhibit brochures.

Classroom Companion

Availabe upon request.

Current Tour Schedule

 2017
Goethe Zentrum Atlanta (German Cultural Center) - Atlanta, GA January 9 - 23
Anne Frank in the World - Sandy Springs, GA January 25 - May 1