Upcoming Events

Jan 28th

I Missed My Train: Preview Screening

Sunday, January 28th, 3:30 pm


Speakers: Elke Hautala and Michael Kleven, makers of I Missed My Train


Members Only – Reserve Your Seats*



A special preview screening and behind-the-scenes discussion of the documentary film, I Missed My Train featuring Dutch Holocaust survivor Ernst Van Gelderen on a journey to revisit his experiences as a hidden child during the war. Seattle-based filmmakers Elke Hautala and Michael Kleven will speak following the screening.



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Mar 4th

Oy Oy Oy Gevalt! Jews and Punk

Sunday, March 4th, 3:00 pm


Speaker: Michael Croland, author of Oy Oy Oy Gevalt! Jews and Punk and performance by  Na Nach Oi! (featuring Yishai Romanoff of Moshiach Oi!)


Included with Museum Admission – Get Tickets Now!


JMM Members – Reserve Your Seats!



Step inside a fascinating world of Jews who relate to their Jewishness through the vehicle of punk. Why did punk—a subculture and music style characterized by a rejection of established norms—appeal to Jews? How did Jews who were genuinely struggling with their Jewish identity find ways to express it through punk rock? Michael Croland will give a multimedia presentation based on his book, Oy Oy Oy Gevalt! Jews and Punk. Na Nach Oi! (featuring Yishai Romanoff of Moshiach Oi!) will perform acoustic renditions of Jewish punk songs.

Mar 22nd


Premiere Screening


March 22nd, Evening


Time TBD


Join us for the premiere screening of MORRELL PARK: PROJECTED  that will  take place on Thursday evening, March 22nd at the Jewish Museum of Maryland.  Mark your calendars so that you reserve a seat to meet these 8th grade students and celebrate their family stories and the community of Morrell Park.


Morrell Park: PROJECTED is a collaborative effort between the JMM and Morrell Park that is intended to provide students with opportunities to learn about sharing their family histories in meaningful ways. With the assistance of J. Scott Fuqua, an award winning young adult author, and Johns Hopkins University film students, our year-long project will teach participating 8th grade students how to interview family members and then develop and share their personal stories with a broader community. Two films will be developed over the course of the program: One film with showcase the short stories and interviews that the students edited on their smart phones.  A second film will be the actual documentation of working with the students throughout the year in the classroom and in the Morrell Park community.


Morrell Park: Projected was supported by a generous Excellence Grant from Wells Fargo.