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Exhibitions at The Breman Museum in Atlanta

Eighteen Artifacts
Now on View

Eighteen Artifacts

Eighteen Artifacts: A Story of Jewish Atlanta' explores the history of Jews in Atlanta through artifacts, images, and oral histories. Each of the exhibition's central 18 artifacts represents an integral moment in the growth of a people and a city.

Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini
Upcoming Exhibition

Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini

Harry Houdini wasn’t born. He was invented. Inescapable explores the creation of Houdini by the poor Jewish immigrant, Ehrich Weiss, with a look at the technologies, marketing prowess, and entertainment trends that allowed a superstar to emerge. Inescapable: The Life and Legacy of Harry Houdini was created by the Jewish Museum of Maryland.

Vedem Underground:  The Secret Magazine of Terezin
Now on View

Vedem Underground: The Secret Magazine of Terezin

The magazine was one of the longest-running underground publication to be regularly produced by Nazi prisoners. From 1942-1944, VEDEM’s teenage authors documented their harrowing existence with defiance, humor, heartbreak, and poignancy, and created an enduring example of social activism through artistic expression. Using graphics, drawings, paintings, prose, and poetry, we hear the voices of some of the era’s youngest resistance fighters who refused to give up their identity, humanity, and fighting spirit.

Enduring Tension
Now on View

Enduring Tension

Enduring Tension, (En)countering Antisemitism in Every Age allows visitors to briefly examine the reach and impact of Antisemitism throughout the ages. This exhibition is in collaboration with Kennesaw State University’s Museum of History and Holocaust Education.

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