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The Contemporary Jewish Museum

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The Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission Street
(between 3rd and 4th st.)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Venue Type: Museum

Neighborhood:
soma



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© Photographer: Bruce Damonte - Courtesy of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco
> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
November 20th - March 8th, 2015 J. Otto Seibold and Mr. Lunch
J. Otto Seibold
 
October 23rd - February 1st, 2015 Masterclass
Arnold Newman
 
October 23rd - January 6th, 2015 In That Case: Havruta in Contemporary Art
Ron Lynch, Lindsey White
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://thecjm.org
EMAIL:  
info@thecjm.org
CONTACT:  
Shenson Welcome Desk
OPEN HOURS:  
Daily 11 AM–5 PM, Thursday 11AM–8 PM, Closed Wednesday
PHONE:  
415.655.7800
COST:  
Adults: $10. Seniors (65 and older) and students with a valid ID: $8. Members and youth 18 and under: Free. Admission includes entry to all galleries/exhibitions.
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DESCRIPTION

Since its founding in 1984, the Contemporary Jewish Museum has engaged audiences of all ages and backgrounds through dynamic exhibitions and programs that explore contemporary perspectives on Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas. The Museum has distinguished itself as a welcoming place where visitors can connect with one another through dialogue and shared experiences with the arts.

Embracing a range of artistic disciplines and media, the Museum’s exhibition program includes contemporary art and historical objects, film and music, conversations, lectures, literary readings, and other live performance. Ever changing, the Contemporary Jewish Museum is a non-collecting institution that partners with national and international cultural institutions to present exhibitions that are both timely and relevant and represent the highest level of artistic achievement and scholarship. The focus of the CJM's programming is on education and outreach to the broader community with the goal of fostering interfaith and intercultural dialogues.

The Museum's Daniel Libeskind-designed facility enables and inspires its mission. Dynamic and welcoming, it's a place to experience art, music, film, literature, debate, and—most importantly—people.


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