Museum News

Maltz Museum Prepares to Bring History to Life

The public is invited to become beta testers for the newest addition to the Maltz Museum’s permanent collection. Using state-of-the-art technology, the Museum partnered with StoryFile to capture the courageous life story of Cleveland icon and civil rights activist, the

New Logo! A Message from Managing Director, David Schafer

To our Friends, Shalom! Shalom is a Hebrew greeting used to express the sentiment of total wellbeing and harmony, a word that translates to mean hello, goodbye, and peace. In Judaism, the dove is a symbol for peace. The dove

A Message from our Co‑Founders

To our Members, Volunteers, and Supporters: Every day we turn on the television and hear reports about horrific acts of racism, rising antisemitism, and other instances of discrimination. Innocent people’s lives are being destroyed by rage, terror, and … hate.

Chagall for Children: Where Kids Can Touch the Art Opens May 11 at the Maltz Museum in Beachwood

May 4, 2022 The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage announces the highly anticipated Cleveland premiere of Chagall for Children, which explores the work of one of the best-known and most-loved artists of the twentieth century, Marc Chagall. Hands-on and interactive,


The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the 2022 winners of the 14th Annual Stop the Hate® Youth Speak Out & Youth Sing Out Contest. The contest annually awards $100,000 in scholarships and prizes to middle and high

Top 20 Stop the Hate Contest Finalists Announced

3/18/22 The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to announce the 14th Annual Stop the Hate® Youth Speak Out & Youth Sing Out Awards Ceremony. Through the generosity of a donor, the Maltz Museum annually awards $100,000 to Northeast Ohio

Maltz Museum Announces a Free Hybrid MLK Day Celebration

12/15/21 The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will be free and open to the public on Monday, January 17, with the special event, “Hear Our Voices: Annual MLK Day Celebration.” Rooted in the Jewish value of respect for all humanity,

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage Announces A Week of Special Programming Honoring Kristallnacht, or Night of the Broken Glass

11/4/21 As one of Ohio’s premiere educational resources for Holocaust education, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is proud to offer a week-long series of special public programs in honor of the anniversary of Kristallnacht, Night of the Broken Glass.

Maltz Museum Founder Milton S. Maltz Releases Memoir, On Sale Now at Museum Store, All proceeds go to the Museum to fund education

Milton Selwyn Maltz, successful broadcasting entrepreneur and noted philanthropist, is pleased to announce the publication of his memoir entitled “A Passion for Broadcasting: Stories of My Life.“ The 224-page volume recounts stories of the author’s childhood, education, military service, and

Free & Open to the Public: Sunday, November 7 Acclaimed Theatrical One-Woman Performance of The Children of Willesden Lane

10-19-21 The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, in partnership with USC Shoah Foundation, proudly presents The Children of Willesden Lane, the critically acclaimed one-woman theatrical performance by concert pianist Mona Golabek. The show is based on Golabek’s book (of the same

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