Museum News

PATRIOTIC & FREE: Museum Volunteers Prepare to Host No-Cost Presidents’ Day Celebration

Pres Day 2015

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) Dedicated Maltz Museum volunteers are brushing up on American history in preparation for their annual Presidents’ Day tribute. “Every year The Friends of the Maltz Museum sponsors this event and puts on performances to illustrate the important relationship

THE POWER OF PROPAGANDA: Maltz Museum Programs Expose Need for Media Literacy

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) What is propaganda? Is it always used destructively? Who is a prime target for propaganda and why? Film, comic books, online advertising or social media, we encounter a multitude of messages every day. In conjunction with its presentation

EXPRESS YOURSELF AT THE MALTZ THIS SEASON: Museum Announces Winter Youth, Teen & Family Offerings

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) Whether it is lighting a candle, making a dreidel, voting for a film, dancing to a Klezmer band, questioning authority or speaking out for what they believe, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (216.593.0575,, has plenty

STATE OF DECEPTION: United State Holocaust Memorial Museum Exhibition Explore Power of Propaganda

State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) A multimedia exhibition that vividly illustrates propaganda’s insidious allure is coming to Northeast Ohio. Organized by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda is on view at the Maltz Museum of

Students Encouraged To Bring About A More Inclusive Future: STOP THE HATE®: YOUTH SPEAK OUT Rewards Young Visionaries With $100,000 In Prizes

2014 Stop the Hate Finalists

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) What can you do to create a more inclusive future? That question is at the core of the Stop the Hate®: Youth Speak Out, an annual contest sponsored by the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage ( that encourages

Ellen A. Rudolph Named Executive Director of Maltz Museum

BEACHWOOD, OHIO (December 9, 2013) — The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage today announced the appointment of Ellen A. Rudolph as the museum’s new executive director, effective January 8, 2014. Ms. Rudolph was chosen for the position after a national