The Mizel Museum is excited to present programming around The Power of Place, a universal theme for people of all backgrounds that has particular significance within Jewish culture.
As a Jewish cultural institution, the role of the Mizel Museum is to illuminate the multiple perspectives that make up the Jewish experience. In the wake of natural and human-caused disasters like the recent wildfires, flooding and Aurora shooting, the ground is ripe for exploration of the power and importance of place to our individual and collective identities and worldviews.
2014 Programming Includes:
- Thomas Friedman: October 26 at the DCPA
- “Charmed” Display at the Museum
- Exhibit Tour: The Power of Place: Finding Home
- Art Exhibit Downtown
- Essay Contest for Students
- Submit a Place of Significance to You!
Check out our blog to learn more about The Power of Place and find out about some of the Museum staff’s favorite places.