The Mizel Museum is Denver’s Jewish art and culture museum. As a Jewish cultural institution, the Museum aims to illuminate the multiple perspectives that make up the Jewish experience. Our exhibits and programs use art and education to explore Jewish culture, history and viewpoints.
SUNDAY, MAY 5 – In celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month, visit our permanent exhibit, 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks for free. It’s a dynamic journey through art, artifacts and digital media that celebrates 4,000 years of Jewish art, history and culture. Enjoy a nosh and a refreshing drink on the journey. Read more […]
SUNDAY, APRIL 7 – The Mizel Museum is open on the first Sunday of every month for exhibit tours, storytelling hour for children and the new One Nosh Cafe. In April we’ll be serving Middle eastern baklavah and Russian rose tea. Regular museum admission rates apply. 11:00 am – One Nosh Cafe opens 11:00 am […]
SUNDAY, MARCH 3 – Back by popular demand! Gather more sparks with Michael Thornton, stained glass artist for over 30 years. Participants of all levels will explore this colorful, fun medium and create and assemble their own sun catchers, earrings and pendants. Over 35 colors of glass are available for your one-of-a-kind creation. After assembly, […]
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400 S. Kearney St. :: Denver, CO 80224