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Tour Jewish Museums: The Sassoon Saga Exhibition

Hosted By: Maven

Discover the captivating tale of the Sassoon family during this special virtual exhibition tour of The Jewish Museum in NYC! Delve into the diverse collection of works, accumulated over time by family members, showcasing their trailblazing roles in trade, art collection, architectural patronage, and civic engagement from the 19th century through World War II.
Explore a range of artistic genres, including paintings, decorative arts, illuminated manuscripts, and Judaica, featuring opulent Hebrew manuscripts, intricate Chinese art, rare Jewish ceremonial art, and exquisite paintings by masters Gainsborough and Corot. As you journey through the exhibition, contemplate themes such as diaspora, colonialism, global trade, and war, which have shaped both the family’s history and our present-day world.

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In March of 2020, as the pandemic took hold of our local communities and safer-at-home orders were issued, American Jewish University shifted the delivery of our adult education and community programming to digital formats. Dedicated to providing Jewish learning to our communities, AJU understood the importance of showcasing original content that was not only easily accessible, but also fostered a sense of connection amidst the isolation that many faced.

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