February 8, 2024 - May 25, 2024
Basic Judaism explores artistic interpretations from Jews worldwide that reflect traditional and modern interpretations of Jewish life and practice. This exhibition is on loan from the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum of Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion.
The exhibit features work from artists such as Lawrence Salzmann, Malka Zeldis, Nathan Hilu, Arthur A. Szyk, Heddy Abramowitz and more.
Basic Judaism will feature ten pieces from local community artists.
The Borscht Belt
June 6, 2024 - September 9, 2024
The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America’s Jewish Vacationland presents Marisa Scheinfeld’s large-scale photographs of abandoned sites where Borscht Belt resorts and bungalow colonies once boomed in the Catskill Mountain region of upstate New York. This traveling exhibition assembles images Scheinfeld has shot inside and outside former structures that once buzzed with life as summer havens for generations of East Coast American Jews and New Yorkers.
Current Special Exhibit
Lawyers Without Right
Upcoming Special Exhibits
Weapon of Choice
Upcoming Special Exhibits
A Peace of My Mind
Holocaust in History
Holocaust In History is the first permanent exhibit featured at the Holocaust Center. When visiting, you will enter into our front room gallery where you will see the Holocaust history and stories through artifacts, videos, text, photographs, and artwork. Visitors have an opportunity to listen to the recorded testimonies of several Holocaust Survivors who settled in Central Florida.
Behind the Bookcase. The Secret Annex through Anne's Eyes.
A Virtual Reality Experience
Uprooting Prejudice: Conversations For Change
The Memory Project: Finding Kalman and Never Again - Again
Now through June 11
Two exhibits, Finding Kalman and Never Again – Again, combine video imaging, paintings, and survivor testimony to evoke the life of a child killed during the Holocaust and spirits of six individuals who survived the genocide in Rwanda. The exhibition demonstrates the power of creativity and connection in the face of tragedy.
Uprooting Prejudice: Conversations for Change
The Holocaust Center features three historical permanent exhibits. When visiting, you will enter into our front room gallery where you will see the Holocaust history and stories through artifacts, videos, text, photographs, and artwork. Visitors have an opportunity to listen to the recorded testimonies of several Holocaust Survivors who settled in Central Florida.
Behind the Bookcase
Venerated - Persecuted - Forgotten: Victims of Nazism at FC Bayern
June 22 - September 10
Venerated-Persecuted-Forgotten: Victims of Nazism at FC Bayern exhibition shares the stories of nine club players and officials who were affected by National Socialism in Germany, including the remarkable story of former president, Kurt Landauer who received a visa to go to New York and rebuild his life, but instead he chose to move back to Munich to rebuild the club he loved.