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The Museum’s reading of NIGHT for International
Holocaust Remembrance Day was featured in AMNY and on CBS 880 radio.
On Thursday New York City Mayor Eric Adams visited the
Museum to hold a press conference and toured Courage to Act: Rescue
in Denmark. The tour was led by Mallory Bubar and Sara Softness from
the Museum’s education and curatorial departments.
PROGRAMS THIS WEEK
The History of Spain:
Seville’s Jewish Quarter
Wed., January 31 | 11:00 AM ET
A virtual tour of
Seville’s Santa Cruz quarter, which was was
formerly the city’s famous Jewish Quarter. $18 for
Museum members | $25 for nonmembers
This four-part lecture series by Arthur Szyk
scholar Irvin Ungar will explore how and why
Szyk is the artist of and for the Jewish people, and the ways his art
and spirit remain eternal in the service of mankind.
Leave To Land
Exhibition Opening. Leo Baeck Institute’s new
exhibition about the Kitchener Camp which has been largely
forgotten today, but in 1939, was the scene of an extraordinary
rescue in which 4,000 men were saved from the Holocaust. The
exhibition opens Wed, Jan 31, 2024, 6:00 PM–8:00 PM EST at the
Center for Jewish History.