Visit us virtually to experience the Levi Strauss exhibition from home! This CJM original exhibition celebrates the life of Levi Strauss, the birth of the blue jean, and San Francisco, the city where it all began!
Transport yourself back in time to experience Victorian-era Jewish life and the scientific state of understanding over one hundred years ago. Take an online tour of the gallery, including installation photographs and exhibition texts.
Explore immersive virtual programs—from latke-making to arts and activism, there's something for everyone to discover. Learn more about upcoming events, or dive into the archive to watch our past virtual programs.
Dive into our Sunday Stories video series exploring Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas. From Amy Winehouse to Eadweard Muybridge and the Catskill Mountain resorts of the 1950s to the pleasures and follies of the Victorian era, Sunday Stories will transport you to another world. Sit back, relax, and enjoy recent installments of our popular series.
Articles, interviews, and recipes—oh my! You’ll find wonderful surprises on a variety of subjects on our blog.
Explore virtual programs and distance learning resources for teachers, caregivers, and students that you can access from home. These include short videos on wide-ranging topics, curricula, and virtual tours of exhibitions, architecture, and more. The CJM also offers an array of free, downloadable resources designed to prepare students and teachers to view exhibitions, and to support your virtual tour experience.
Need some tricks to tackle homeschooling? Trying to find recipes for Shabbat dinner? Looking for deeper insights into an artist's practice? You're in luck! We're sharing activities, articles, and videos throughout the week. If you haven't yet, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to get the latest content—or you can also access all of our #JewseumFromHome posts here!
The CJM is all about community, so let us know how we’re doing! We’d love to hear from you—do you have an inspirational story you want to share, or a mitzvah you want to let us know about? Send your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org or tag @jewseum on social media.
Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. In an effort to help slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, The CJM is temporarily closed. This will, of course, result in far-reaching effects for The Museum in the immediate future. We are taking a hard look at what we can do to mitigate this impact and assessing the myriad ways we can adjust to maintain operations and, most importantly, our staff through this difficult time. Our greatest asset has always been you, our community—and we need you now more than ever. Thank you for your support at this critical moment.