The Couch Potato Pioneers:
An Appreciation of The Television Project

We’re living in a golden age of television. Critics have been saying so for years. And as curator Maurice Berger shows through the Jewish Museum’s new exhibition series The Television Project, TV is an art form of modern life. This hasn’t always been the popular opinion. Traditionally, TV has been something of a bane for the high-browed. Consider T.S. […]

The JM Featured in Yeshiva University MOOC

Susan L. Braunstein, Henry J. Leir Curator at the Jewish Museum, is featured in a new online course being offered through Yeshiva University and Coursera titled “Arch of Titus: Rome and the Menorah,” providing members of the public with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the cultural impact of the Arch of Titus, a central artifact […]

In Conversation: @picklebeholding

The Jewish Museum recently welcomed Miss Pickle, the French bulldog who has become a New York art world and Instagram sensation. An art advisor and avid contemporary art follower, Katie Howard has been documenting her dog’s visits to leading galleries and art fairs across Manhattan by way of the Instagram account @picklebeholding. We sat down […]