Jewish Museum London’s ground-breaking exhibition exploring the provocative and complex subject of blood has opened at POLIN.
Jewish Museum London is delighted to announce that it is joining Arts Council England’s National Portfolio for 2018 - 2022.
The Jewish Museum London is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the Family Friendly Museum Award.
by Susan Gordon, Jewish Military Museum Volunteer Today is World Refugee Day, a time to commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees. We are remembering Private Moses Jakob Kasser, refugee and Jewish military chaplain. Volunteer Susan Gordon shares her research with us, telling Kasser’s story through objects from the Jewish Military Museum’s collection. […]
Lord Young of Graffham, Chairman of the Jewish Museum London, announces the appointment of two new members of the museum’s Board of Trustees;Emily King and Julia Hobsbawm OBE.
Jewish Museum London marks 2017 with a celebration of modern music legend Amy Winehouse in her beloved Camden Town, with a new Amy-themed street art trail and the return of the critically acclaimed exhibition Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait.
We're thrilled to announce that the Jewish Museum's crowd-sourced exhibition Your Jewish Museum: Love has been shortlisted in the Museum and Heritage Awards 2016.
by Kimberley Coates, Visitor Services and Volunteer Manager On Friday 15 January the Jewish Museum volunteers took a well-earned day off and, along with the Visitor Services Team (and curatorial reps), went on a day trip to Dulwich Picture Gallery. The trip celebrated our volunteer’s hard work over the past year: 2015 was the busiest […]