Current Exhibits

Night of Muses-Sunday, October 18, benefiting The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art. For your enjoyment, the evening will offer a silent auction featuring first-run, limited-edition lithographs from the Theodore Fried Collection, performances by members of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, Tulsa Opera and youth poets from Louder Than a Bomb. Following the dinner program, an after party with live music from the Jam 'Bassadors will cap the evening. Please contact the museum to RSVP. Patron opportunities...

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Theodore Fried: Beyond the Still Life Fried was born just after the turn of the 20th century, to an upper-class Hungarian family. Along with the Victorian social conventions he would have learned in childhood was a custom that has fallen out of practice today: the practice of sending specific messages with flowers. Currently making a comeback in the 21st century, the language of flowers was a Victorian custom by which, in a society that refrained from direct speech and obsessed with detail and subtlety, a message or sentiment that was not so easily expressed in words could be conveyed in a floral...

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Louis Davidson: Synagogues 360 Gallery: Brodsky Fine Arts Gallery and Second Floor Special Exhibition Gallery April 26, 2015 – August 30, 2015 SYNAGOGUES360 provides a visual record of Jewish culture, showing and preserving synagogues by means of interactive 360 degree panoramic photos. It invites you and future generations to view the interiors of Jewish places of worship, which are clear and irrefutable indicators of the state of Jewish culture, architecture, art and stature in their communities throughout the Diaspora. Each synagogue is literally a “sign of the times” and window into the Jewish past and present. Time, weather, political and demographic shift inevitably erode...

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The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is pleased to announce the launch of a unique new digital installation and take home app for iPad developed by Tulsa-based semantic technology company Moomat. “This cutting edge technology allows people across the world to explore our Museum’s collections,” said Drew Diamond, Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art Executive Director. “The Sherwin Miller is dedicated to promoting Jewish heritage, history and culture through art and education. Thanks to Moomat and this new installation and app, we are able to share that mission locally and globally.” “We’re excited to be working with such a forward thinking...

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