March 8, 2016 saw over 34 students from Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Belgium gather at Kaunas’ Kolping University of Applied Sciences to work on an art project about the dangers of totalitarianism.
The project was a joint collaboration between the Erasmus+ programme and the Kaunas-based NGO, The International Centre for Litvak photography.
The focus of the project was based on a historical photograph featuring three Litvak (Lithuanian Jewish) children taken in Kaunas in 1939 who were later deported to Siberia during the first Soviet o...
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