Museum News

Voices Unite For Social Harmony: YOUTH SING OUT For Acceptance, Inclusion And End To Discrimination

2014 Youth Sing Out, Newton D. Baker (credit: Marc Golub Photography)

WHAT: More than 700 students in Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District, East Cleveland City Schools and Lakewood City Schools have been penning and practicing songs as part of Stop the Hate®: Youth Sing Out, an

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

LEARN, EDUCATE, CONNECT, INSPIRE . . . VOLUNTEER: Maltz Museum Launches New Round of Docent Training

Student Tour

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) Interested in exploring history, culture and identity? The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage invites curious and creative people to join a corps of enthusiastic volunteers that lead student and adult tours of special exhibitions and core galleries. “Volunteers

INFERNO Certain to Raise Burning Questions and Spark Debate

(CLEVELAND, OHIO) With its newest exhibition, Yael Bartana: Inferno (on view July 18 – October 19, 2014), the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage ( invites visitors to experience a provocative and powerful film that’s only been shown once before in

Steven Hacker Films Wins Two Top Honors

BEACHWOOD, OHIO – June 26, 2014 – The 35th Annual Telly Awards bestowed its highest honor on Beachwood, Ohio production company Steven Hacker Films ( for To Be a Woman in the Holocaust: Cleveland Stories, a documentary produced for Maltz Museum of

SO MUCH TO TALK ABOUT: Gay Marriage, Discrimination & Destruction Upcoming Topics of Programming, Conversation at Maltz Museum

May 30, 2014 (CLEVELAND, OHIO) The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage continues to explore cultural identity with its calendar of upcoming exhibitions and programs. “We see these events as opportunities to encourage dialogue and create connections across communities while promoting

2014 Stop the Hate Winners Announced

Justin Bachman, an 11th grade student at Solon High School, was awarded a four-year $40,000 scholarship at the sixth annual Stop the Hate: Youth Speak Out essay contest ceremony held again this year at Severance Hall.  His essay, read aloud in front

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