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The Museum Of Tolerance is dedicated to preserving the
memory of the Holocaust and to fostering tolerance through its educational programme.
As well catering for the walk-in visitor and delivering a schools educational programme the museums have developed ‘Tools for Tolerance’ a learning programme delivered in the galleries.
Both Museums required exhibit development to explore complex subjects for diverse audience groups.
They weave the narratives of historical significance with contemporary relevance using collaborative exhibits and large artefact displays.
Richard Houghton has worked with The Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles since its original conception in the mid 1980s.
HKD continues to work with the Museum of Tolerance, adding new artefact displays and developing new interactives for the Galleries.
In 2004 HKD designed a new 11,000 sq ft. Museum of Tolerance
for New York, and are currently assisting in master planning a new Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem.
Since 1998, ‘Tools for Tolerance’ has catered for over 160,000
professionals including judges, lawyers, scientists, nurses, teachers, police officers, doctors, and many more.