Donna Matles Retrospective
Donna Matles, of blessed memory, was a genuine artist. As a respected artist, jewelry designer, wood turner, and conservator of Judaica, she helped launch the Fenster Gallery, which later became The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art.
Humans of the Holocaust
As the grandson of a Holocaust survivor, Erez Kaganovitz created Humans of the Holocaust project to tell the human story of Holocaust survivors, their children and Jews around the world who are affected by antisemitism today.
Upon Thy Gates: The Winik Mezuzah Collection
An exciting new exhibition presenting 73 mezuzot showcasing a wide range of styles, materials, and Jewish symbols. The mezuzot were created in places all over the world . . .
Is Barbie Jewish?
Calling all Barbies and Kens! Barbie-mania has hit The SMMJA. This exhibit consists of 25 vintage Barbies and explores the Jewish roots of Barbie and her creator, Ruth Handler, who was born to Jewish immigrants from Poland. But mostly, it's just a fun exhibit!
Stories of Survival
Showcasing personal artifacts brought to America by survivors of the Holocaust and other genocide.
Humans of Israel
The Humans of Israel offers a fresh look at the rich and remarkably distinct lives of Israelis and showcases Israel’s diversity, multiculturalism, and vibrant civil society.
16th Annual Purim Mask Invitational
Purim commemorates the day the Jewish people were saved by Queen Esther of Persia.
Next Year in Jerusalem
From the Museum’s collection is Next Year in Jerusalem (L'Shana Haba'ah B'Yerushalayim) The Western Wall Through Art Exhibit.
Jews and Golf
There are certain professional fields that are full of Jews changing the world to become household names.
Exhibitions Sponsored By:
Arts Alliance Tulsa
The Commemoration Fund
The Sharna & Irvin Frank Foundation
The Frank Family Foundation
The Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation
The Kirschner Trust
Estelle and Allan Avery
Brian E. Brouse
Lori Frank and LaVonna Reed
The Legacy of Katharine Penson Miller