Exceptional Smiles @ Landerbrook June 2019



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exhibitions have featured everything from superheroes to the Nazi Olympics in Berlin. This fall, the museum will celebrate one of the greatest composers of the 20th century with an exhibition titled “Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music.” Currently, in place of a temporary exhibition, The Maltz Museum has an Everyday Heroes Activity Center. Children are invited to explore this interactive space and discover their own everyday superpowers, like kindness, compassion, and helpfulness. This event also includes the Everyday Hero StoryWalk, a new tour designed to help younger audiences engage with the core exhibitions. Beyond preserving and sharing the tangible artifacts of Jewish heritage and tradition, The Maltz Museum also aims to combat hate and create a more inclusive society. They host talks with men and women who survived Nazi regime, provide a venue for people of all faiths and backgrounds to connect, and encourage students across Northeast Ohio to build a more accepting society with their Stop the Hate initiative. Visit MaltzMuseum.org to learn more about this incredible museum and start planning your next visit.

Legacy of Strength and Diversity

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

On Oct. 11, 2005, The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage opened its doors in Beachwood, Ohio. This remarkable museum is dedicated to exploring the identity and diversity of Jewish heritage as well as being an active participant in creating a better future for everyone. The Maltz Museum is home to centuries worth of art and artifacts celebrating Jewish heritage, housed in two permanent collections. “An American Story” uses film, interactive computer programs, special effects, individual stories, and

oral histories to capture and share the legacy of Jewish immigrants who braved the journey to America. The crown jewel of this museum is The Temple-Tifereth Israel Gallery, which houses 180 treasures from 20 different countries. Many of these artifacts were recovered after the Holocaust. They each embody a different aspect of Jewish tradition and ritual. In addition to these incredible collections, The Maltz Museum has offered many amazing temporary exhibits over the years. These


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