Museum News

HISTORIC VIOLINS OF HOPE COME TO GREATER CLEVELAND THIS FALL: Community Collaboration to Offer Concerts, Exhibitions and Educational Opportunities Centered on the Role of Music and Musicians during the Holocaust

Violins of Hope Cleveland

CLEVELAND – More than a half dozen organizations across the community have come together to bring the historic Violins of Hope to Northeast Ohio this fall. Played before and during the Holocaust, the instruments have been painstakingly restored and serve

AND THIS YEAR’S STOP THE HATE® WINNERS ARE: Maltz Museum Awarding $100k in Grants & Scholarships to Student Upstanders on Thursday, April 30

Stop the Hate Finalists

(CLEVELAND, OHIO)  “Life is too short to dwell on people’s negativity.” “I realized one shouldn’t combat ignorance with anger, but with information.” “Action was the perfect antidote to despair.” These are just a few of the insights from finalists in

MORE THAN A GAME: Maltz Museum Plays, Panels & Movie Nights Explore Baseball’s Role, Appeal

College Baseball World Series Celebration

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) Chasing Dreams: Baseball & Becoming American celebrates baseball heroes on the field and off. On view at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage from April 12 through September 7, the exhibition organized by the National Museum of American

CHASING DREAMS: BASEBALL & BECOMING AMERICAN: Exhibition Looks at Baseball as Intersection of Sport, Identity & Ethnicity in America

Chasing Dreams: Baseball & Becoming American

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) Through its legends and myths, its struggles and triumphs, baseball has been a reflection of American society for generations. Chasing Dreams: Baseball & Becoming American on view April 12 – September 7 at the Maltz Museum of Jewish

‘Five Generations: 175 Years of Love for Cleveland’ Available Free at Western Reserve Historical Society & Maltz Museum

Five Generations

Retired venture capitalist and active philanthropist Bob Gries has added “Author” to his resume with Five Generations: 175 Years of Love for Cleveland. The recently completed book covers five generations of one family, including only those who spent their lives