CONVERSATIONS IN THE WEXNER CENTER - AGI GEVAYou are invited to meet a Holocaust Survivor in an intimate environment that welcomes questions and conversation. The Conversations in the Wexner Center program on Friday, August 3, will feature Agi Geva. Please join us and learn about the events of the Holocaust through personal stories, photographs, images and objects from those who experienced the history first hand. Agi will recount her experiences during the Holocaust in one 45 minute program.
Agi was born in Budapest, Hungary on June 2, 1930. In 1944, Agi, her mother and sister were deported to Auschwitz. After being transferred to several other camps they were sent on a death march. They were liberated by the American Army on April 28, 1945. Agi remained with her mother and sister in Innsbruck for eight months, and then they all returned to Hungary. Agi immigrated to Israel in 1948, where she lived for 53 years. She immigrated to the United States in 2001.