From 1996 to 2000, students at the Community Day School in Pittsburgh collected 6 million aluminum pop tabs to commemorate the Jews killed in the Holocaust. From 2001-2005, invited artist Elena Hiatt Houlihan guided the students in designing a sculpture which, after much research, will consist of 960 glass blocks filled with the tabs.

Students used cardboard and clay to create their design concepts, 2001.

KEEPING TABS: A Holocaust Sculpture

Links to photos of the completed sculpture and the dedication ceremony.

• Dedication of keeping tabs a holocaust sculpture pittsburgh

• Night light on the holocaust sculpture keeping tabs

• Sculpture honors those who died in Holocaust