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At the Breman: News and Notes from the Breman Museum

In honor of the 20th Anniversary celebration, the first edition of "At the Breman" was published.

Featuring stories on the past 20 years, including:

  • Jarvis Levison: Honored for Decades of Dedication
  • Twenty things to do at the Breman Museum
  • Stories from the Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education

And Much More!

Now On View

  • Atlanta Collects: Contemporary : TREASURES FROM ATLANTA’S PRIVATE COLLECTORS

    ATLANTA COLLECTS: Contemporary features exquisite works that normally reside in private Metro Atlanta homes, and are rarely seen by the public. Experience original ceramics, beautiful blown glass, and notable painted works that capture the excitement and diversity of contemporary art. Included are works by Richard Jolley, Sandy Skoglund, Radcliffe Bailey, and many more. Curators, philanthropists, and art patrons will enjoy this extraordinary, world-class collection… Make a point to do the same!

  • Absence of Humanity : The Holocaust Years, 1933-1945

    This permanent exhibition presents the history of the Holocaust through artifacts and stories of Atlanta area Holocaust Survivors.

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Events

  • April 4th, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    Magnifying Glass Tour

    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.

  • April 23rd, 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

    Yom HaShoah

    52nd Annual Community-Wide Commemoration

  • April 26th, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Historic Jewish Atlanta Tours - The Temple

    Explore historic Jewish Atlanta with exclusive tours of some of the city's most significant sites! Join us as we explore The Temple.

  • May 7th, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

    Eugen Schoenfeld (Czechoslovakia): Remarkable Stories from the Holocaust

    Brutalized by Nazis, beaten and humiliated, Eugen survived the Holocaust in the notorious camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Dachau. Yet after the war, when given the chance to kill one of the most brutal guards, he refused. What powers led Eugen to give up hostility to his enemies? The former Chair of the Department of Sociology at Georgia State University, Eugen will reflect on this question and other aspects of rebuilding life from the brink of destruction.

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