JMM Insights: The Last Leg
We’ve been (pleasantly) surprised by the audiences signing on to share our programs with us. We have seen great attendance not just from those in the US, England, South Africa, and Australia, but from places as far flung as Spain, Israel, Germany and even China. One of the few silver linings of our need to social distance and explore the digital landscape is seeing just how much we can connect with others across the globe.
I truly hope you’ve enjoyed traveling around the globe with us, through our virtual programs, our collections, and our blogs – make sure you check out Joanna’s most recent piece connecting today’s “Zoom virtual backgrounds” to the photo studio backdrops of the past!
We’ll have more details for you on the different ways to experience Jews in Space (including a special website, virtual programs, and digital tours) in our September 10th edition of JMM Insights. For now, you can get excited by revisiting last month’s four space-themed newsletters on Jews and Science Fiction; Jewish Astronauts; Judaism and Astronomy; and The Wonders of Space in Maryland.
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Celebrate the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote, with this lobby exhibit of a Baltimore Upstander, Sadie Crockin (1880-1965).
JMM is now open on a limited basis! We are open for two shifts on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 10 am to noon and 1 to 3 pm, advance tickets and reservations required for both members and non-members. More info on our new policies and procedures to keep all our staff and visitors safe can be found here.
Don’t see something you’re interested in at the online shop? Contact Shop Manager Chris Sniezek at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.