Museum News

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

Top 25 Stop the Hate® Contest Finalists Announced

Award Ceremony to be held April 29 naming this Year’s Winners CLEVELAND, OH –  The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the top 25 finalists for the 10th Annual Stop the Hate® Youth Speak Out essay writing

10th Anniversary of
Stop the Hate® Contest

$1 million in College Scholarships and Grants for Anti-bias Education to be Awarded Award Ceremony to be held April 29 naming this Year’s Winners (CLEVELAND, OH) The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce event information for the

HOLOGRAM HISTORY-MAKING: Survivor Shares Stories that Will Live for Generations

ALYSSA SCHMITT | STAFF REPORTER Reposted with permission from the Cleveland Jewish News. Help support the Survivor Memory Project. Donate here. Stanley Bernath estimates that he tells the story of how he survived the Holocaust 10 to 15 times a year.

Maltz Museum Launches New Medical Program Series
BREAKING THROUGH BARRIERS: STORIES OF MEDICAL INNOVATION

CLEVELAND, OH – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the launch of Breaking through Barriers: Stories of Medical Innovation, a new medical program series based on the special exhibition Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews & Medicine in

Christopher M. Connor Named 2018 Recipient of The Maltz Heritage Award

Beachwood, OH – The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage has named Christopher M. Connor this year’s recipient of The Maltz Heritage Award, the Museum’s highest honor. Connor will accept the award at an event to be held on Monday, May 14,

BEYOND CHICKEN SOUP: JEWS & MEDICINE IN AMERICA – New Museum Exhibit Examines Discrimination in Healthcare through Jewish Lens

Beyond Chicken Soup

(CLEVELAND, OH)  The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the October 10th opening of a new special exhibition. Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews & Medicine in America tells the story of how Jews were forced to create access to