The Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey is one of the most sought after museums of its kind. The exhibitions account for over 4,000 years of Jewish history and is an informative event to experience when you’re near 5th Avenue. The Jewish museum is a continual showcase of prominent portion of history with a total of 26,000 items. The The Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey represents a special opportunity to engage with the history of the Jewish culture expressed through art.
This impressive exhibitions covers two-floors and displays 800 works through a wide variety of video, engaging media, photography, artifacts and so much more. The features identify the Jewish experience as is unfolded from ancient times and covers over 4,000 years. There are two main issues that are questioned in the installation. What represents the true identity of the Jewish culture? Why has the Judaism religion been able to grow exponentially around the world in the most daunting and unfortunate times?
The Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey showcases the compelling intercommunication between three major reactants that have molded the Jewish experience.
- The recurring discernment and questioning of Jewish customs.
- The engagement of Judaism and Jews throughout various other cultures.
- The significance of the historical proceedings that have shaped the Jewish lifestyle.
Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey suggests that the Jewish culture has been able to prolong their individualism throughout the misfortunate events and disbandment by developing a culture with the ability to adjust to living environments of many countries and conditions. The progression of the Jewish proceedings, beliefs, and survival as a whole can be attributed to the ability to adjust to ever changing circumstances.
1109 Fifth Avenue
(at 92nd Street)
New York, NY 10128
Tel: (212) 423-3200
Fax: (212) 423-3232
- Mon, Tues, Fri – Sun: 11 am – 5:45 pm
- Thurs: 11 am – 8 pm
- $7.50 students, $10.00 seniors, $12.00 adults.
- Children under 11 free
- Closes at 4 pm on Friday during Standard Time.