WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 – “We Must Remember” is a documentary about sixteen American high school students who discover the Holocaust while spending a year producing a film on the Holocaust. Shot in Germany, Poland, Austria, Washington, D.C., and Central and Southern California, this unique film captures the experiences of sixteen teens as they interview Holocaust […]
SUNDAY, AUGUST 19 – Jews Jews have been seeking comfort for thousands of years. Many stopped seeking when they found kugel. It’s a taste of childhood, whether enjoyed as a weekly Sabbath treat or an annual holiday side dish. Some mystics ascribe kugel special powers, while many fine chefs and Jewish mothers consider kugel creation […]
MAY 17, 18 & 20 – Siona Benjamin is a painter originally from Bombay. Her work reflects her background of being raised Jewish in Hindu and Muslim cultures. Her paintings combine the imagery of her past with the role she plays in America today, blending ancient forms with contemporary pop cultural elements, creating a vocabulary […]
MONDAY, APRIL 23 – Join us as we recognize Mizel Museum volunteers and all of the Community Narratives Project Storytellers with the 2012 Gert Litvak Volunteer of the Year Recognition for outstanding contributions to the Mizel Museum’s permanent exhibit, 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks.