Joyce Marks left a career in architecture to pursue her passion for education, preferring to build children’s minds. For many years Joyce was the Education Coordinator at the Jewish Museum of Australia.
Venue:Ngargee Room, St Kilda Town Hall
Get to know four remarkable people: Shaul Rogowoj of Stanley Rogers tableware fame whose Yiddish stories evoke Sholem Aleichem; his son, philanthropist and family memoirist William (Bill) Rogers; Amirah Inglis, a migrant child who became a passionate Communist Party member, essayist and author; and Itzchak Meir Kluska, whose diaries recorded his harrowing Holocaust experience. Their voices will be heard once more as Danielle Charak, Joyce Marks, Judy Turner and Genia Janover (Kluska) tell their stories and read from their writing. Chaired by Leah Justin.
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