What’s on at the Museum

There is always something happening at the Sydney Jewish Museum, from inspiring exhibitions, Holocaust survivor speakers, book launches, panel discussions, public lectures, film screenings, community events and performances.

 

Jukebox Jewkbox! A Jewish Century on Shellac & Vinyl

Opens Monday 15 April

This exhibition celebrates the influence of Jewish contributions to music in Australia and abroad – and music’s influence on Jewish life.

Visitors to Jukebox Jewkbox! A Jewish Century on Shellac &Vinyl will be taken on a journey of the senses through musical history since the 19th century invention of the gramophone and the vinyl record by German Jewish immigrant to the US, Emil Berliner.

Temporary Exhibition: Jukebox Jewkbox! A Jewish Century on Shellac and Vinyl
The Holocaust

Located over three levels, this exhibition traces the persecution and murder of European Jewry from 1933 to 1945. The Holocaust explores the contemporary and ongoing resonance of these unprecedented events. The exhibition also documents the new lives that survivors forged following their arrival in Australia, and their contribution to the fabric of contemporary Australian life.

Rich with artefacts, testimonies and interactive digital technologies, this exhibition invites multi-sensory engagement with history and memory, to challenge perceptions and inspire critical thinking.

Holocaust Permanent Exhibition - Events

The Holocaust and Human Rights

This exhibition outlines human rights achievements and challenges, and focuses on the key human rights issues facing Australia today. The exhibition uses new digital technologies to explore local issues pertaining to the rights of Refugees and Asylum Seekers; People with Disabilities; First Australians; and the LGBTIQ Community.

The place promotes deep, reflective thought, even on topics that might prove irresolvable.

The Holocaust and Human Rights Permanent Exhibition - Events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click below for details on our current exhibitions and upcoming events

Upcoming events

Temporary exhibitions

Permanent exhibitions

Guided tours

The Museum offers guided tours as part of the entry fee. Tours are one hour long and are held on Monday-Friday at 1pm, and Sundays at 12pm and 2pm. Guided group tours are also available for 12 or more adults, and can be tailored to suit specific requirements. For more information or to book a group tour, click here.

SJM Voices app

The Museum has recently launched the SJM Voices app. The app offers the opportunity to listen to the testimonies of Holocaust survivors, perpetrators, witnesses and experts as you walk through the Museum. The SJM Voices app can be downloaded onto your Apple iPhone from the App Store. If you do not have an apple device, you can borrow a headset from the admissions desk.

Click here for more information on the app, or here to download the app before you visit the Museum.

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