Jewish Identities Today
Guided Tour for Children Aged 12-19 about the
"A Is for Jewish" Exhibition
Does being Jewish always means being religious? What is the significance of the Torah today? How many Jews observe the Shabbat day of rest? Are Jews Germans? Or: Are Jews actually always victims?
The guided tour traces this question through the exhibition A Is for Jewish. Taking the ideas, questions, and images brought along by students as the starting point, we look, read and interpret the concept of and the objects in the exhibition together, which introduce us to the diversity of Jewish identities in Germany.
The tour leaves space for the group’s topics of interest, and the guides support the group in its own exploration of the exhibition and finding answers to the question: What actually is Jewish? Or: Can a museum be Jewish?