Spaces of Tolerance includes 12 site-specific installations by FIU Department of Architecture graduate students led by FIU Associate Professor Eric Goldemberg + 1 site-specific sonic installation (currently on display at JMOF) designed by MONAD Studio | Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg in collaboration with composer and FIU Assistant Professor Jacob Sudol.
The tour includes an overview of the more than 100 years of Jewish history of Miami Beach; discussion of significant Jewish people and organizations, both present and past, in Miami Beach; and a review of various architectural styles found in the city, including Jewish contributions.
Alexa Ciciretti, a third-year Cello Fellow at the New World Symphony and John Wilson, Piano Fellow at the New World Symphony Orchestral Academy will play music celebrating the joy of music in Jewish life.
March 13, 2018 -May 20, 2018
In April 1946, prominent American photojournalist Arthur Rothstein took twenty-two photos that captured the living conditions of Jewish refugees in the Chinese city of Shanghai. Rothstein’s photos, commissioned by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), were taken seven months after the Pacific War had ended. They are a unique visual testimony to the sanctuary given to eighteen thousand Central European Jews during the period of World War II and the Shoah.
April 24 through June 5, 2018
Access to spirituality in technocratic society. The exhibition “Spaces of Tolerance” will display 12 site-specific installations by FIU Department of Architecture graduate students led by FIU Associate Professor Eric Goldemberg + 1 site-specific sonic installation (currently on display at JMOF) designed by MONAD Studio | Eric Goldemberg + Veronica Zalcberg in collaboration with composer and FIU Assistant Professor Jacob Sudol.
Students: Lina Arias, Eduardo Bellosta, Eugenio Caceres, Gianni Casanova, Cesar Charria, Patrick Davidson, Cristian Garcia, Raquel Garrido, Sophia Gil Cadenas, Moshe Laniado, Jehnnesys Loisos, Monica Ordones, Roberto Rodriguez, Gabriela Soto.
On view May 2 – October 7, 2018
This exhibit features 9 of Tennessee William’s paintings dating from the 1970s. The paintings are on loan from David Wolkowsky, one of Williams’ closest friends and long-standing Key West resident. Wolkowsky hosted Williams at his private island on Ballast Key, 9 miles off of Key West and at his Pier House Resort. Williams was one of the most admired playwrights of the 20th century. While he wrote fiction and motion picture screenplays, Williams is most widely known for his plays, which are chiefly set in the South. Several of his plays including, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof are considered among the finest of the American stage. Painting was a passion for Williams, almost to the point that it became a second profession. Toward the end of his life, Williams gradually gave up writing for painting; for him, painting was an easier form of self-expression. Critics did not think as much of his painting as his plays, however his artwork remains widely popular among collectors.
June 4, 2018- October, 2018
The Sexuality Spectrum offers a groundbreaking exploration of sexual orientation through the creativity of over fifty international contemporary artists. Artists including Judy Chicago, Joan Snyder, Arthur Tress, Archie Rand, Albert Winn, Trix Rosen, Joan Roth, and Mark Podwal explore a broad range of subjects:the evolving social and religious attitudes toward sexuality; issues of alienation, marginalization, and inclusion; the impact on the family, child-rearing, and life stages; violence and persecution; AIDS/HIV; and the influence of the LGBTQI community on the Jewish and larger world.
June 19, 2018 - September, 2018
This one-of-a-kind retrospective about Charlie Cinnamon's extraordinary life will exhibit never-before-seen treasures from his early years growing up in New York, his military service during World War II, and his illustrious career as “The Preeminent Theatrical Press Agent.” Charlie Cinnamon: Legendary Press Agent, is not only a tribute to one of the greatest talents in the industry but also a delicious look into the “behind the scenes” world of the entertainment industry. Click here for sponsorship information.
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The Museum is supported by individual contributions, foundations, memberships and grants from the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture,the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Miami-Dade County Tourist Development Council, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners and the City of Miami Beach, Cultural Affairs Program, Cultural Arts Council, Funding Arts Network.