Past Exhibitions

October 2019 – June 2020: Hello Gorgeous, a Barbra Streisand Exhibition

February – August 2019: The Guiding Hand: Torah Pointers from Past to Present

April – November 2018: Home: Lens on Israel

October 2017 – February 2018: Semi[te] Sweet: on Jews and Chocolate

May – September 2017: Looking Back, Moving Forward: Celebrating Twenty Years of the Bernard Museum of Judaica

November 2016 –  February 2017: All About Golda

February – June 2016: Boi Kalah, Here Comes the Bride: Wedding Dresses Embroidering the Story of the Jewish People (traveling)

April – October 2015: Visualizing the Bible: Works by David Wander

May 2014 – January 2015: Justify Your Existence, Graphic Posters from the Moldovan Family Collection

April – September 2013: The Writing on the Wall, Early Modern Broadsides from the Valmadonna Trust Library

March – October 2012: Bezalel: Art, Craft & Jewish National Identity

November 2008- February 2009:  Past Perfect: The Jewish Experience in Early 20th Century Postcards (traveling)

November 2007 – February 2008: Houses of Life: Jewish Cemeteries of Europe

December 2006 – March 2007: Sanctuary Revealed: The Restoration of an Architectural Icon

August – November  2006: Woven Abstraction: Milton Avery, Paul Jenkins and Jack Youngerman in the Tapestries of Gloria F. Ross

May  – August 2006: Culture and Costume: Depictions of Jewish Dress across Five Centuries (traveling)

November 2005 – March 2006 : Scattered Among the Nations: Jewish Communities of India, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Peru and Uzbekistan

April – August 2005: Traveling the Holy Land Through the Stereoscope  (traveling)

November 2003 – January 2004: Kabbalah: Mysticism in Jewish Life

May – September 2004: Roman Vishniac: Remember the Days of Old

February – May 2003: Works on Paper: Israel Prize Winners from the Burston Graphics Center

April – July 2002: Borders and Boundaries: Maps of the Holy Land, 15th – 19th Centuries

April – July 2001: To Have and To Hold: Decorated Jewish Marriage Contracts

November 1999 – March 2000: Building a Vision: Louis Marshall, Temple Emanu-El and New York City, 1929