“A Fence Around The Torah: Safety And Unsafety In Jewish Life” explores how what can make one Jew feel safe can make another feel unsafe.
‘There is no art museum without artists, but there are artists without the museum,’ said one of the artists.
A powerful MOCA exhibit of Maryan explores the Holocaust, immigration, and trauma
The museum is the first and only one in the world to offer a Yiddish audio guide.
The newest installation at the Jewish Museum tells the story of a vanished world. But a series of entirely contemporary photographs are among the most striking objects on display.
Mel Bernstein is the colorful creator of Dragon Land, home to thousands of authentic guns and war artifacts.
Culver City’s Wende Museum of the Cold war mounts an exhibit of Soviet Jewish Refuseniks
The new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles neglects Hollywood’s Jewish founders
Opening in 2022, the D.C. Capital Museum will tell the story of Jews in the nation’s capital and the nation at large.
Firestone’s survival story is immortalized in the new exhibit, which took five days to film over 1000 questions about her life.