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Join us for these events at Jewish Museum Milwaukee:

Wednesday August 2nd, 2017 7:00 pm
It Runs in the Family: Art and the Rosenblatts
Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI

Adolph Rosenblatt, husband, father, artist and educator, inspired his entire family to pursue individual artistic visions. Join us for a diverse and stimulating panel discussion detailing the abundant artistic endeavors of the Rosenblatt family. Wife Suzanne, sons Eli and Joshua, and daughter Sarah, will talk about growing up with art as a central part of their lives and how Adolph’s life, philosophy and legacy influences their creative endeavors to this day.

Wednesday August 16th, 2017 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sculpted Realities: Adolph Rosenblatt in Perspective
Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI

“Perspective” carries both figural and literal meaning, as is extraordinarily clear when looking at the sculpture of Adolph Rosenblatt. Join art historian, Sarah C. Schaefer to examine Rosenblatt’s work as it follows in the legacy of artists like Pieter Bruegel, Honoré Daumier, Alberto Giacometti, and Duane Hanson, who strove to represent the everyday in honest ways.

Thursday August 17th, 2017 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Third Thursday
Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI

Did you know on the Third Thursday of each month, Jewish Museum Milwaukee is open late? That's right - we stay open until 7:00 pm so you have extra time to explore our exhibits!

Tuesday September 12th, 2017 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Seventh Day: Revisiting Shabbat Opening Preview
Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI

Thirty international artists explore one of the pillars of Jewish practice and belief: the sanctity of the Sabbath through provocative works of art.  In an era when technology and culture have eroded the boundaries separating work, play, and repose, their works invite us to delve into the possibilities and new definitions of renewal symbolized by the 'day of rest.'

Sunday September 24th, 2017 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Doors Open MKE
Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Milwaukee WI

Explore the history of Jewish Milwaukee through JMM's permanent and special exhibits for FREE! Highlights of the permanent exhibit include Golda Meir, the Settlement Cookbook and our wall-sized Chagall tapestry.