Museum News

23.09.2018    11:00

Family Sunday: “Dreidel and Hamantashen” – We are creating a Museum Fairytale!

Together, with Anita Andrzejewska and Andrzej Pilichowski Ragno – photographers, and authors of the illustrations, whose works have been recognized in Poland and abroad – we will recreate the heroes of the limericks from the book, so they can star in the museum fairytale. We will get to know the basics of animation and will lend our voices to the heroes, so that the stories of Jewish holidays and customs can be shared with other children.

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16.09.2018    10:30

Themed walking tour: “Bloodshed”

Blood has been shed throughout the centuries in Kraków. Bloodshed has occurred during raids, riots, and political demonstrations. These events were too often attributed to religious or political reasons. In reality, however, there is another ground for killing, the desire to become rich, the victor taking the wealth of the victim. We would like to invite you to a walking tour, tracing the footsteps of the darker side of Kraków's history.

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11.09.2018    10:00

An exhibition by the Galicia Jewish Museum, "The Girl in the Diary: Searching for Rywka from the Łódź Ghetto" on display at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in New York

We are pleased to inform you that an exhibition by the Galicia Jewish Museum, "The Girl in the Diary: Searching for Rywka from the Łódź Ghetto" will be on display from September 16th, 2018 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in New York, as part of the project "In Confidence: Holocaust History Told By Those Who Lived It".

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02.09.2018    18:30

European Day of Jewish Culture. Concert: Assembled Fairytales

A concert of the band Assembled Fairytales is a journey through lands full of lyrical stories inspired by traditional music of various cultures, fairytales, and history. The band draws much of their inspiration from Sephardic music. The repertoire of Assembled Fairytales incudes traditional Sephardic melodies with Polish lyrics, as well as original songs.

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