Children’s Memorial opens at VHM with reception

The Virginia Holocaust Museum opened its permanent and unique Children’s Memorial Exhibit on April 7 at a special reception featuring a number of Commonwealth...

UR athletes and coaches learn about the Holocaust

More than 140 University of Richmond athletes, coaches and staff members attended a special program of tours and talk backs at the Virginia Holocaust...

The Last Cyclist at VHM: April 28

On April 28, the Jewish Family Theater’s presentation of The Last Cyclist, will be at the Virginia Holocaust Museum. In cooperation with the Weinstein...

Holocaust Exhibit in Fiber opens April 5

On April 5 - June 2, All that Remains: a Holocaust Exhibit in Fiber - Artist Leslie Klein opens her Exhibit in the Downstairs...

Unique Children’s Memorial Joins VHM’s Permanent Collection

The Virginia Holocaust Museum proudly announces the opening on April 7 of the Children’s Memorial, a new exhibit honoring the memory of the 1.5...

2022 VHM Student Visual Art Contest

Richmond has become home to many Holocaust and contemporary genocide survivors and refugees. It is the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s mission to tell those stories,...

Times of hope, inspiration

By Samuel Asher Executive Director, Virginia Holocaust Museum This has been a year of challenge and change, but it has also been filled with times of...

‘Violins of Hope’ fostered deeper dialogue about tolerance

By Samuel Asher, Jamie Bosket and Marland Buckner During August, September and October, our region hosted the “Violins of Hope Richmond” exhibit for its first...

Persian Lessons: Byrd Theatre

The Virginia Holocaust Museum has partnered with the Weinstein JCC’s Israeli Film Festival to host a showing of Persian Lessons on Jan. 25, 7...

Capital Campaign: VHM finalizing building projects

 247,240 visitors 79,180 students Over the last decade, the Virginia Holocaust Museum (VHM) has welcomed nearly a quarter of a million visitors, and provided free...