2021 Exhibition Schedule

Private: Marc Chagall: Drawings for the Bible

October 23, 2011 – January 31, 2012.

Russian-born painter Marc Chagall (1887-1985) established a reputation as one of the most eminent among 20th century modern artists. His work was dominated by rich sources of imagery- memories of his family life, folklore of his early years in Russia, and the Bible.

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Private: Breaking the Glass: Wedding Traditions in Oklahoma Cultures

Weddings for many are the happiest day of their lives. Our wedding customs vary from religion to religion and culture to culture. Breaking the Glass: Wedding Traditions in Oklahoma Cultures takes a look at the wedding customs and practices of the peoples of Oklahoma,

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Welcome to the website of The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art – the largest collection of Judaica in the American Southwest – located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Private: Museum Gala: Jewish Boomers in Business

Sunday, October 30, 2011

The 2011 Annual Sherwin Miller Museum Gala was held on Sunday, October 30, 2011. This year’s event was titled “Jewish Boomers in Business.” While early Jewish settlers were active in numerous professions and occupations, the 2011 Gala honored those who not only were pillars in the Tulsa Jewish Community but led the way in the business community.

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Private: Jews of the Luthertown Wittenberg in the Third Reich

15-February 23, 2012

Jews of the Luthertown Wittenberg in the Third Reich began the 2012 Exhibition Series in the Mezzanine Gallery and ran from January 15-February 23, 2012. Wittenberg was the city where Martin Luther wrote the papers leading to the protestant reformation; the same papers which were used by the Nazis to fuel anti-Semitism and to discredit and persecute Jews

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