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Where the Wild Things Are
Now on View

Where the Wild Things Are

The acclaimed children’s exhibition “Where the Wild Things Are: Maurice Sendak in His Own Words and Pictures” with engaging multi-media components features the famed “chicken soup” slide, a dress up area, and activity stations where children can let out their inner Wild Things.

Absence of Humanity
Now on View

Absence of Humanity

This permanent exhibition takes a look at the tragic years from 1933-1945 from the perspective of Atlanta area Holocaust Survivors.

Return to Rich's
Past Exhibition

Return to Rich's

Return to Rich’s was The Breman’s signature exhibition of 2013. It was the aim of this exhibition to stir fond memories of a ride on the Pink Pig, a glamorous evening at Fashionata, or Rich’s legendary customer service.

PEACE
Past Exhibition

PEACE

Does PEACE have the same definition to a Holocaust survivor and a homeless man, a Somali refugee and a military chaplain, a pottery instructor and an oil company executive? Over fifty subjects describe what peace means to them, how they work toward it in their lives, and overcome the obstacles they encounter.

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