Mar 13 - Jun 11
This permanent exhibition presents the history of the Holocaust through artifacts and stories of Atlanta area Holocaust Survivors.
The story of Jewish Atlanta began as it did in many other Southern towns, but its narrative would take dramatic turns as Atlanta became a stage for regional, national, and international events over the next 170 years.
Register now for up close and personal tours of our newest exhibition ATLANTA COLLECTS: CONTEMPORARY, Art Treasures from Atlanta's Private Collectors. Learn about the artists and the collectors who made the exhibition possible.
The Up Close and Personal Tours will be every Tuesday, starting on March 21st at 11am. Limited to 12 people per tour. Free with admission. RSVP REQUIRED (we cannot guarantee a tour unless we have a minimum of 5 people pre-registered for it. Thank you for your understanding.)
For Educators: Five days of in-depth seminars on topics central to understanding the Holocaust. Daily meetings and discussions with Holocaust Survivors and instruction by renowned Holocaust educators. We are committed to preparing educators to teach the Holocaust across grade levels, subject areas and curricula, while addressing Georgia Performance and Core Curricula Standards.
The Breman, the Center for Puppetry Arts, and the High Museum of Art are partnering to bring the Midtown community something new.
When she was ten, Miriam and her family were forced from their home by the Russian secret police who controlled the region, and sent to Siberia. There, despite the relentless hard work and bitterly cold weather, she survived the war.
In honor of the 20th Anniversary celebration, the first edition of "At the Breman" was published.
Featuring stories on the past 20 years.
The Lillian and A.J. Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education offers guided tours of our Holocaust Galleries as well as pre and post visit curriculum for educators.
Explore our extensive collection, the largest repository for Jewish archival material in the Southeast.
Three one-night-only concerts.
This website is supported by a generous gift from the Jerry and Dulcy Rosenberg Family in honor of Elinor Rosenberg Breman.