The story and life of Anne Frank is on display in Sandy Springs at the exhibit, Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945. Anne Frank’s life from freedom in Germany, exile in the Netherlands, to her death in a concentration center is depicted in over 600 photographs and 800 words of text. Georgia Commission on the Holocaust is proud to be able to bring The Anne Frank Project to Sandy Springs. The exhibit is located in the Parkside Shopping Center at 5920 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs. Admission is free. Find out more about The Anne Frank Project.
The Anne Frank Project includes:
- The Anne Frank Exhibit
- Video Presentation-“The Short Life of Anne Frank”
- Middle and High School Student Artwork
- Sculpture Series by Artist Devorah Sperber
- Virtual Tour of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam