The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, located within historic Congregation Rodeph Shalom is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art that illuminates the Jewish experience. Since 1975, the PMJA has organized solo and group exhibitions of work in the broadest range of mediums by artists of diverse backgrounds. In addition to its special-exhibit gallery, the Museum features a permanent collection of important works by accomplished artisits, including William Anastasi, Chaim Gross, Tobi Kahn, Joan Snyder, Shelley Spector, Boaz Vaadia and Roman Vishniac.
Current Exhibit: "Mis/Constru(ct)ed Identities: Exploring Jewish Stereotypes" An Installation by Leslie Friedman
Showcased within the Thalheimer Entrance Foyer on Broad Street is the Leon J. and Julia S. Obermayer Collection of Jewish Ritual Art.
Entrance to Museum and parking on Mt. Vernon Street
PMJA Hours: Monday-Thursday 10-4; Friday 10-2; Sunday 10-noon
Hours are subject to change; please call 215-627-6747 to confirm