What's On at the Museum

Here are all the things you can currently marvel at, take part in, and read

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Jewish Museum Berlin

Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin

Welcome to Jerusalem

Jerusalem is in Berlin now! The major exhibition addresses historical aspects of the »Holy City« as well as modern-day perspectives.
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Upcoming Events

19 August, 11 am
Jazz in the Garden: Doron Segal Trio
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20 August, 6 pm
Religious Education Today Discussion in Memory of the Educator Ernst Akiba Simon
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25 August, from 6 pm
Habibi Jerusalem! – Long Night of Museums 2018
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30 August, 7 pm
Imported Antisemitism? Panel Discussion on Causes and Manifestations of Antisemitism Among Muslims in Germany
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9 September, 7 pm
Michael Sfard: The Jerusalem Dispute. The Fight for Human Rights in Israeli Courts
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In our events calendar, you can find everything on our extensive program of events (film screenings, concerts, readings, conferences etc.)
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James Turrell

In the Museum Garden, we are presenting the immersive installation Ganzfeld "Aural" by the artist James Turrell.

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Light and Sound Installation res·o·nant

We are presenting a new light and sound installation by the conceptual artist Mischa Kuball.
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Jerusalem in Dialogue

Two guides with personal connections to Jerusalem lead through the exhibition Welcome to Jerusalem. Gain new perspectives by discussing the city with them.
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Guided Tours

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Exhibitions Not Listed Here...

...can be found in our exhibition archive:
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Object Days

»Show us your story!« Beginning last year, the Jewish participants in the Object Days project have followed this invitation by recounting their migration stories to the Jewish Museum Berlin.
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Closed

Please note that the museum will be closed on 10 and 11 September (Rosh ha-Shanah) as well as on 19 September (Yom Kippur).

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We have dedicated the 18th edition of our JMB Journal to the topic of light. Read about the light in the history of creation, in religion and science, in art and architecture.
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Our Latest Blog Post

How about more tolerance for ambiguity? – An interview with Mohamed Ibrahim and Shemi Shabat about their tandem guided tour Jerusalem in Dialogue
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"Is Somebody There?"

We give you glimpses of the museum at night and follow the director of the security team on his patrol with a flashlight, a radio, and only emergency lighting.
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The Jewish Museum Berlin is reinventing itself

Up until 2019 we will be creating both a new permanent exhibition and a children's museum. The two upper levels of the Libeskind Building are therefore currently not accessible.

Furthermore, you can visit the architectural highlights of the Libeskind Building – the Axes in the basement, the Garden of Exile, and the impressive Voids – as well as the current exhibitions and art installations.

More about our current exhibitions and art installations
More about the Libeskind Building
More about the new permanent exhibition

The exhibition catalog Welcome to Jerusalem is now available.
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Powerful?

The installation Shalekhet (Fallen Leaves) by Menashe Kadishman can be found in the Memory Void.
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Video recording of the lecture My God, Your God, No God – The Author Menachem Klein in Conversation with Cilly Kugelmann; 14 June 2018
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Video recording of the eyewitness talk Hanni Levy: Surviving in Berlin (in German); 25 June 2018
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Audio recording of the event Assaf Gavron: Achtzehn Hiebe (Eighteen Blows); 28 July 2018
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Conference "Jews in Muslim Majority Countries"

This conference provided an insight into a largely neglected field of research: Jewish history in Arab and Muslim majority countries. We recorded most of the lectures and conducted interviews with participants.
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Symposium "Stolen Judaica"

At this symposium, researchers from Israel and Germany reported on their handling of Judaica finds. Recordings of the lectures are now available online.
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Media Library

We record many of our events so that you can access them later. Take a look at our video and audio recordings:
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