Museum News

Taste of Israel Family Fun Series continues this weekend at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

(CLEVELAND, OH) OCTOBER 31, 2018 – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce a family fun series that draws themes from the Museum’s new special exhibition, Israel: Then & Now. The monthly family fun series kicked off

A STATEMENT ON THE TRAGIC SHOOTING AT TREE OF LIFE SYNAGOGUE IN PITTSBURGH from the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

CLEVELAND, OH (October 28, 2018) – All of us at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage are deeply saddened by yesterday’s tragic shooting in Pittsburgh. As the ADL reported, the murder of 11 people at Tree of Life Synagogue is believed to

ANNUAL “STOP THE HATE” SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM LAUNCHES SEPTEMBER 12, Essay Contest for Students Grades 6 – 12 Promotes Diversity & Tolerance

CLEVELAND, OH (SEPTEMBER 11, 2018) – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will begin accepting applications for its annual Stop the Hate® Youth Speak Out essay writing contest on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 following a launch event to be held

WORLD PREMIERE SPECIAL EXHIBITION, Israel:Then & Now, OPENS SEPTEMBER 23

CLEVELAND, OH  – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the launch of a new exhibition, Israel: Then & Now, making its world premiere in Cleveland on September 23 with special $5 general admission, from 11am to 5pm;

LOCAL HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TO EDUCATE FUTURE GENERATIONS THROUGH CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY

CLEVELAND, OH  –  The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage has partnered with the USC Shoah Foundation’s Dimensions in Testimony to launch a first-of-its-kind Holocaust Survivor Memory Project in Cleveland. Local Holocaust survivor Stanley Bernath’s story and memories were recorded using

NORTH KOREAN DEFECTOR AND HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE JI SEONG-HO TO SPEAK IN CLEVELAND

CLEVELAND, OH  –  Malik Law and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage have joined together to co-sponsor a highly anticipated event featuring North Korean defector and human rights advocate Ji Seong-ho speaking on “Treat Me as a Human.” The event

CHRISTOPHER M. CONNOR NAMED 2018 MALTZ HERITAGE AWARD RECIPIENT: Prestigious Award Recognizes Chris Connor as a Force of Positive Change in the Community

CLEVELAND, OH – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage named Christopher M. Connor this year’s recipient of The Maltz Heritage Award, the Museum’s highest honor. Connor accepted the award presented by Maltz Museum Founder Milton Maltz at an event held on Monday,

EVERYDAY HEROES ACTIVITY CENTER TO OPEN AT MALTZ MUSEUM: What’s Your Everyday Superpower?

CLEVELAND, OH – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce a summer installation for younger audiences. In lieu of a special exhibition, an Everyday Heroes Activity Center will be in the open space, inviting children to discover their own

10th ANNUAL STOP THE HATE® CONTEST WINNERS NAMED

Hannah Shuffer of Orange High School becomes 10th Grand Prize Winner 10 Years, 30k Students, $1 Million (CLEVELAND, OH)  At a milestone 10-year event in Northeast Ohio, ten high school juniors and seniors competed for the title of grand prize winner

MALTZ MUSEUM stands with MARCH FOR OUR LIVES: FREE for Students & Educators on March 24 & Call to Host Conversations in Registered Safe Space

CLEVELAND, OH – In solidarity with the participants of March for Our Lives, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will be free for all students and educators on Saturday, March 24, 2018 (2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood; open 11am–5pm). “Standing up and