Eight Ways to Celebrate Hanukkah
with the Jewish Museum

With family and friends gathered beside glowing candlelight to relish traditional foods and games, there is much to love about Hanukkah — a holiday commemorating the miraculous events and heroic deeds that occurred in ancient Israel during a desperate war for Jewish religious and political freedom. And beginning on Sunday, December 6, we at the Jewish […]

In Conversation: Mi Polin

    Mi Polin, founded by Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar in 2014, is a contemporary Judaica design studio, the first of its kind in Poland since the end of World War II. Now available in the Jewish Museum Shop, Mi Polin’s Mezuzah From This Home is a series of bronze mezuzahs cast from imprints left […]

Repetition and Difference: 10 Not-to-be-Missed Highlights

Repetition and Difference brings together contemporary art made in multiples or series and hundreds of objects from the Museum’s Judaica and antiquities collections. The exhibition examines how differences and derivations can reveal significant meaning and, through this stunning installation, illuminates the artistry of the Judaica. Here are ten exhibition highlights to guide your visit: