Discover objects from our collections related to Holy City (in German)
Welcome to Jerusalem
11 Dec 2017 to 1 May 2019
Welcome to Jerusalem
Who is carrying the Menorah?
Talk by Steven Fine on Jewish Counter-Histories of the Arch of Titus Spoils Panel
8 February 2018
Rechavia – Grunewald in the Orient
Reading with Thomas Sparr on German-Jewish Jerusalem (in German)
28 February 2018
Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem
Author Menachem Klein in Conversation with Cilly Kugelmann
8 May 2018
Stories from Jerusalem: Faith·Love·Hope·Fear
The first fictional VR series by Dani Levy in 360°/VR
3 May to 17 Jun 2018
Behind the Scenes: Entries on the Exhibition “Welcome to Jerusalem” (9)
Entries on the Exhibition “Welcome to Jerusalem”
Our exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem was on display from 11 December 2017 to 1 May 2019. To accompany the exhibition, we conducted interviews with our guides and curators, and spoke with visitors. All blog entries about the exhibition can now be found here.
Intense Encounters in “Jerusalem”
How school children react to the tour through the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem. A conversation with Marc Wrasse
Jerusalem for All the Senses
A tour for the blind and vision impaired through the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem at the Jewish Museum Berlin. A piece by Gerald Pirner.
“Whatever you want to see – you come to Jerusalem, and you can find it there.”
Florian Schmelling has captured comments from visitors to our Jerusalem Exhibition.
How about more tolerance for ambiguity?
Mohamed Ibrahim and Shemi Shabat talk about their tandem guided tour Jerusalem in Dialogue
“We’re no longer guests, we belong.”
Elena Bashkirova, director of the chamber music “festival intonations,” took a tour of the exhibition then spoke with us about the “holy city.”
Neither King David nor Cilly Kugelmann can solve this problem
About the difficulties the organizers of the Welcome to Jerusalem exhibition encountered doing justice to the ideal of justice, writes Walid Abd El Gawad
The Big Clean-Up
Dana Akrish writes about passover in Jerusalem
“Jerusalem is like a former boyfriend”
Interview with filmmaker Dalia Castel and actress Orit Nahmias about Jerusalem. They both grew up there
Schools in Hannover, a Jerusalem Hotel, and the Search for their Connection
Rosa Fava writes about a conference on anti-Semitism-critical adult education