Current Exhibitions

Upcoming Exhibitions


Scrap Yard: Innovators of Recycling
Opens October 2019

 

Hi! Nice to meet you.

At the Jewish Museum of Maryland, we are storytellers.

We’re also storyfinders, storykeepers, and storyprotectors.

Our tales are stored in 12,000 objects, more than 68,000 photographs, 850 oral histories, two historic synagogues, and three exhibit galleries.

We are finding new stories all the time, and the stories we keep will make you question, make you laugh, make you think and feel deeply—no matter who you are—because it is stories that make us human.

From poignant to whimsical, comfortably familiar to downright bizarre, we find, tell, and protect the stories of Maryland’s Jewish communities.


News & Closures:

The Museum will be closed Sunday, June 9 and Monday, June 10, 2019 in observance of Shavuout.

Esther’s Place, the JMM shop, will be closed Wednesday, June 12 and Thursday, June 13 for our annual inventory.


Upcoming Events:

President Carter: The White House Years

JMM 2019 Annual Meeting
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 6:30pm
Samuel Boltansky Memorial Keynote Speaker:
Ambassador Stuart Eizenstate 
Free: Reserve Your Seats!

Join Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat as he shares a behind-the-scenes account of President Carter: The White House Years, a book 40 years in the making and an intimate, first-hand comprehensive history of the Carter Administration. Ambassador Eizenstat had a front row seat to the challenges faced during this turbulent time in the 1970s as Chief White House Domestic Policy Advisers.

View more upcoming events HERE!


Museum Members:

If you have not already, please take a moment to create an online account to improve your ticket reservation experience.

Due to limited seating and popularity, we strongly encourage all our visitors, including Members, to purchase/reserve tickets for events in advance.


On the Blog:

Creating a Unique Field Trip About the Jonestown Neighborhood

Back in March, the JMM received an email from the Middle School Principal, Mr. Golon, at The Friends School of Baltimore. This email led to an exciting opportunity for the education team at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. Mr. Golon was in the midst of planning a new experience for his 8th-grade students. Planning a 2-day “deep dive” field trip into the students’ home city, he was looking for experiences that would encourage his students to think about the different narratives represented in Baltimore. Requests like these energize our education team. We love the opportunity to tailor a program to the learning goals of educators and create meaningful experiences for students. Read more.

 


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