// William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum


Our world is a sacred place.  It is the basis for our existence.  Taking care of our earth is our primary responsibility, and human beings must act to keep it healthy and to insure its survival.

This exhibition is a call to action by artists, who are expressing the present condition and problems of today’s environment.   These artists are sounding the alarm, asking viewers to slow or reverse climate change and global warming, as we preserve our world.  

The artists examine social and political issues, including environmental contamination, rising global temperatures, oil leaks, polluted water, piles of trash, and the disappearance of bees.

This exhibition, created by the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum, at Hebrew Union College -Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, was originally planned to be on view in the Breman Museum, Atlanta.  In response social distancing requirements because of  the COVID 19, the exhibition is now being presented, online at www.thebreman.org.

The original exhibition was curated by Dr. Bernard Heller Museum, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York.  This virtual exhibition is curated by The Breman Museum. This virtual exhibition is curated by Susanne Katz, Director of Exhibitions,The Breman Museum.

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