Now-September 17, 2018
“Summer in the City” Cityscapes from SMMJA permanent collection
Jews have always expressed themselves in various art forms that reflected the vernacular culture of the time and place where they lived. While a passage in the Torah
According to the Bible, Moses, charged by God, organized the construction of the Tabernacle in the wilderness, as a portable sanctuary. Housing the Ten Commandments
Jewish History, Culture, and Religion weaves a fantastic tapestry that is includes pieces of art, ritual objects and archaeology.
Holocaust education is a prime mission of the Miller Museum; thousands of students and educators tour the facility for this purpose during the school year. Support from
The Miller Museum is not only dedicated to trying to teach Jewish life and culture; it is also committed to the preservation of local Jewish history — the history of Jewish
A documentary photographic project undertaken by the Gershon and Rebecca Fenster Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa, OK (now The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art)