Friday, December 25, 1:00 p.m.
Speaker Marvin Pinkert, Executive Director, Jewish Museum of Maryland
Reached your Jingle Bells limit? Join Marvin Pinkert for an exploration of the influence of people of Jewish heritage on the American folk revival. Marvin spent his summer vacation uncovering connections for our pop-up exhibit – An American Tune, and is taking us on an armchair journey through his adventure. Music by Jewish composers on Dec. 25 – it’s not just White Christmas!
Marvin Pinkert has been executive director of the Jewish Museum of Maryland since June 2012 and has spent 27 years in museum management including eleven years each at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry and the National Archives Experience. He has had the occasional pleasure of co-curating exhibits (“Mazes and Puzzles” at MSI, “Treaty of Kanagawa” at the National Archives and “The A-Mazing Mendes Cohen” at JMM). His BA is from Brandeis, with Masters degrees from Yale in Japanese Studies and Northwestern in management.