Horario vacaciones de invierno: miércoles a sábado de 14 a 19 h.
Centro Ana Frank Argentina, Superí 2647
Coghlan, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
(011) 3533-8505 / 15-6120-9635 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Until the end of March, you can visit the museum in its special summer time from Wednesday to Saturday from 2 PM TO 7 PM.
We have proposals for all ages. Starting from thematic projections to interactive samples, so that everyone can make the most of the experience.
We invite you to visit our exhibitions with the possibility of being accompanied by a volunteer guide from our team.
● 2×1 at the entrance every Wednesday.
● Guided tours of our rooms to go over the samples with original objects of the time.
● Debate activities on topical issues.
● Scenographic recreation of the hideout where Anne Frank spent 2 years with 7 other people.
● Audiovisual projections in relation to the subjects that are treated in the museum.
Come and enjoy this beautiful experience!
The 2017 agenda is already available to reserve dates and schedule school group visits to the museum. We look forward to all those teachers who are interested in bringing their students.
As a part of the commemoration of March 24th, the visits could include, for all those interested institutions, a deeper focus on the last Argentine dictatorship.
For further information, contact us from 9 to 19 am to 7 pm at 3533-8505, int. 30.
For inquiries, you can send us an email to email@example.com
We are looking forward to seeing you!
On March 10th and 11th, we will have the first training guide of the year. Registration is now open to participate and join our team of volunteer guides at the museum.
If you are between 15 and 25 years old, and you would like to take advantage of this great opportunity, or if you know someone who might be interested, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Don´t miss the opportunity, sign up!
“AMSTERDAM UNDER THE EYES OF ANNE FRANK”: “Special program in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the first publication of the Diary of Anne Frank” – July 2017.
Don´t miss this incredible opportunity! You can get a 5% discount and 5 fees paying the enrollment until March 20th!
The Anne Frank Center invites you to join the “8th Amsterdam Delegation under the eyes of Anne Frank” to live together a fascinating experience, full of emotions, with young people, teachers, national, ministerial and municipal authorities.
• 1st seminar for guides and young people around the country.
• The 2nd seminar for educators at all levels.
• Program for adults.
• Delegation of national and provincial authorities.
The program includes a special visit to the city of The Hague and access to restricted places to general tourism.
Departure: July 17th, 2017
INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: Anne Frank Center – Superí 2647 – CABA (1430)
(11) 3533-8505 or (11) 156-120-9635. E-mail: email@example.com
Payments must be made in our office, in Superí 2647 from Monday to Friday between 9 to 6 pm or by bank transfer to the account of the Foundation in banco credicoop City.
“Anne Frank, a History for Today” and “From Dictatorship to Democracy, Human Rights today”, interactive graphic exhibitions of the Ana Frank Center, have been opened in January 29th in Pinamar, together with the Ministry of Education of the Province of Buenos Aires. The opening date was due to the commemoration of January 27th, the International Day of Remembrance in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, an event that invites us to remember, speak and keep alive the memory of those who have died in order to prevent the repeat of a fact like that.
The exhibitions will be available from January 29th to February 11th from 5 pm to 10 pm at the Hotel del Bosque in Pinamar (rainy days from 14 am to 10 pm). They seek to remember and reflect about the past with the purpose of analyzing our current reality.
This presentation inaugurates the activities the Ana Frank Center will held with the Ministry of Education of the Province of Buenos Aires during 2017, the year of the 70th anniversary of the publication of the Diary of Anne Frank.
We are already starting to organize the 2017 itinerary!
The Ana Frank Center has 8 itinerant projects that tour the corners of our country forming young people as local guides to transmit a message through their committed voices.
We hope to reach more and more young people and teachers with these experiences.
For more information about the exhibitions, which includes a variety of proposals, public and thematics, you can visit our website www.centroanafrank.com.ar/muestras-itinerantes.
If you are interested in taking any of these projects to your institution, you can contact Nurit and Naomi at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
For the second year, we launch the summer on-line course ¨Anne Frank and the writing as a practice of freedom¨.
8 virtual classes and 1 face-to-face final exam.
Starts in 25/2.
To enroll, please click here.
For further information, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
After the beautiful experiences we have been through the last years with more than 40 schools across the country and 24 meetings, in 2017, the year of the 70th anniversary of the publication of the Diary of Anne Frank, we would like to call primary and media school courses, as well as special education courses, to participate in our School Meetings.
The aim of this project is bringing together heterogeneous school groups to present their institution, culture and elements that make their identity. Throughout the morning, the museum offers its rooms for a special tour, and all together in groups, students share workshops with different dynamics of reflection about discrimination, possible actions and proposals that improve coexistence in diversity. As a closing, students share a lunch with traditional foods they choose and bring.
Special education schools are invited to participate in the meeting they consider accurate to the average age of the group attending.
6th and 7th grade + 1st high school year: May 19th, August 28th and October 24th.
From 2nd to 6th high school year: May 22nd, August 30th and October 27th.
To book your vacancy, please fill this form: registration form
For further information: email@example.com or 3533-8505 int. 34.
6th and 7th grade courses of primary schools and 1st year of high schools, special education schools and young adults, take on the role of journalists and writers.
“When I write everything happens to me, my sorrows disappear, my courage revives. But then comes the big question: Can I write something important someday? Will I become a journalist and a writer? “Anne Frank, April 1944.
During 2017, year of the 70th anniversary of Anne Frank’s diary, we invite schools all across the country to participate in the fourth edition of this project, in which students assume the role of journalists and writers together with their teachers.
Intended for students of 6th and 7th grade and 1st year, as well as groups of students that belong to special schools and schools for young adults, the project embraces multiple objectives: to promote comprehensive and critical reading, research, debate, collective reflection and active participation in the educational community and families, through surveys, interviews and observations made by the students.
The proposal consists in the writing of journalistic texts about the life of Anne Frank, the Holocaust, the military dictatorship in Argentina, human rights today, diversity and coexistence. Starting from a predetermined format, each group creates its own newspaper.
All newspapers will be exhibited on boards in the framework of the Center Anniversary, around June 12th. During November, the project closes its cycle with the publication of “The kid’s voice”, a printed newspaper that integrates pieces of all group productions, which will be delivered to each participating schools.
Delivery date: Wednesday, May 17.
Attached bases and registration form: Click here.
We would like to invite you to participate in the 9th Literary Contest “From Anne Frank to our days”, aimed to young people from 13 to 25 years old and educators of all levels, and to the 5th Inclusive Literary Contest, for young people from 13 years and adults who belong or have belonged to special schools.
The literary contests are a very enriching opportunity to approach diverse topics related to human rights, Holocaust, the life of Ana Frank, dictatorship in Argentina, violence, discrimination, coexistence and inclusion. More over, is a good way to encourage young people and adults to become writers, making their voices and ideals heard.
We share the testimony of Iara Crema, winner of category 2 (young people from 16 to 18 years) of the 8th literary contest 2016: “I used to thought that owning a few words was not something important, but this experience made me realize they may be enough to express ideas and encourage a change. Winning is not the most important thing, but I can not lie when I say it have meant so much to me having a group of people behind me, waiting for read my project. These people have helped me in detecting a problem and solve it in a very creative way. They have expected something from me and they expect something from all thos who will enroll in the future, and that’s priceless.”
We hope more and more young people, teachers and adults from all over the country, get encouraged to express themselves literally and poetically. All the winning writings are published in the book “Texts and projects that build coexistence” edited by Eudeba.
Closing date for competitions: Friday, July 14 (without prior registration).