Judy Faust

156 Anthoine Street Apt 2, South Portland, ME 04106

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About the Artist

What''s Your Story? Connecting History to Family Stories
Faust offers multi-media residencies to schools, churches, and synagogues based on her book,"" Waltzing With Papa:Three Generations To Healing.""

Now offering a new movie: ""Angels Of Austria: The Church That Reached Out To Holocaust Survivors"". This personal documentary produced by Judy Faust and edited by South Portland''s Media Specialist at SPC-TV, Morris Ameral, is about a week of Reconciliation events in 1995, when an unusual church asked Holocaust Survivors to return to their hometown in Wiener Neustadt, Austria in an offer of friendship and in hopes of forgiveness. Judy Faust accompanies her mother, and all embark on a roller coaster ride of emotions.

Workshops for students, ages 10-adults are available on immigration, family stories and the relationship to wars, character education, emotional literacy, and Holocaust studies. The movie inspires people to see the power of love that can overcome all obstacles.

Category: Arts Educator

Preferred Audiences: College, Adult

Disciplines: Creative nonfiction, Media Arts

Contact Information

Judy Faust

156 Anthoine Street Apt 2
South Portland  ME  04106 


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