The Jewish Museum’s internship program was established more than 20 years ago, according to Toni Skiba, Senior Manager of Human Resources. The program offers hands-on experience that gives undergraduates, graduate students, and beginning professionals the opportunity to understand the day-to-day operations of one of New York City’s leading museums of art and culture.
Resonating through the Jewish Museum’s collection of 26,000 objects is the powerful story of continuity — the connections across time and place that have shaped the history of Jewish culture and art for centuries. Continuity is just as important to the Museum itself: It has thrived for more than 110 years thanks to generations of […]
Masterpieces & Curiosities is a series of essay-style exhibitions organized around single works from the Jewish Museum’s permanent collection. Each exhibition examines and rethinks the piece on view by surrounding it with other artworks, objects, documents, and source materials. The latest iteration of the series, The Fictional Portrait, explores the provenance of two colonial […]