Dear Friends and Neighbors,
As 2021 comes to a close, I want to thank you for your continued support. Because of you, our museum provides life-enhancing education and enrichment to students and adults in Northeast Ohio and beyond, using history as a guide to understand our present and build a better future.
Watch our year in review video to see what you’ve helped make possible.
Watch with sound on to hear this year’s winning Stop the Hate Youth Sing Out song.
Check out these three ways you can help support our work in 2022 so that we are all looking toward a brighter, more inclusive tomorrow.
Donate to our Annual Fund
Our mission is to stand against hate in all its forms and celebrate those working for a more just society. We know that mission is important to you too. and we thank you for standing with us. Your support will allow us to educate, engage, and inspire, and our community and beyond, both in-person and virtually into 2022.
Become a member of the Maltz Museum
When you become a member of the Maltz Museum, you join us in valuing diversity over divisiveness and courage over hate. You share our commitment to promoting a more just and inclusive Northeast Ohio community. Choose from individual or household memberships and receive benefits ranging from discounts in our store to free programming.
Visit the Maltz Museum
We hope you will spend some time with us in 2022. In addition to our current exhibition, Stories of Survival, Object. Image. Memory., here are some of the transformative projects happening at the Maltz Museum.
- Spring 2022: Hosting Chagall for Children, an exhibition that uses 14 interactive, multisensory stations to give children and adults alike a greater understanding and appreciation of both art and the artist.
- Fall 2022: Return of This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement, an exhibition—more relevant than ever—documenting the clash between institutionalized discrimination and determined resistance by activists and volunteers.
- Summer 2022: Installation of the interactive biography of the Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr., Cleveland’s own icon of the Civil Rights Movement.
Happy New Year,