Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education

724 N.W. Davis St., Portland, OR

The only Jewish museum in the Pacific Northwest, the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education maintains the largest collection of the documented and visual history of the Jewish people of Oregon. Through exhibits of original art and historical documents, it promotes conversation about identity, cultural distinctiveness and assimilation, providing people of all backgrounds with opportunities to understand the Jewish experience as a paradigm for pluralism.

Phone

503.226.3600

Website

ojmche.org

Neighborhoods

NW Portland / Nob Hill, NW Portland, Portland

Upcoming Events

Betty LaDuke: Early Work

Betty LaDuke: Early Work, curated by Bruce Guenther, Adjunct Curator for Special Exhibitions, features works created in the 1960s by one of Oregon’s most...

8/24
Hans Coper: Less Means More

"Coper was a radical Jewish artist working at the forefront of British studio ceramics in the mid-twentieth century. This exhibition features 45 of his...

8/24
Betty LaDuke: Early Work

Betty LaDuke: Early Work, curated by Bruce Guenther, Adjunct Curator for Special Exhibitions, features works created in the 1960s by one of Oregon’s most...

8/25
Hans Coper: Less Means More

"Coper was a radical Jewish artist working at the forefront of British studio ceramics in the mid-twentieth century. This exhibition features 45 of his...

8/25
Betty LaDuke: Early Work

Betty LaDuke: Early Work, curated by Bruce Guenther, Adjunct Curator for Special Exhibitions, features works created in the 1960s by one of Oregon’s most...

8/27

Recent Events

Betty LaDuke: Early Work

Betty LaDuke: Early Work, curated by Bruce Guenther, Adjunct Curator for Special Exhibitions, features works created in the 1960s by one of Oregon’s most...

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education  
Hans Coper: Less Means More

"Coper was a radical Jewish artist working at the forefront of British studio ceramics in the mid-twentieth century. This exhibition features 45 of his...

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education  
Betty LaDuke: Early Work

Betty LaDuke: Early Work, curated by Bruce Guenther, Adjunct Curator for Special Exhibitions, features works created in the 1960s by one of Oregon’s most...

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education  
Hans Coper: Less Means More

"Coper was a radical Jewish artist working at the forefront of British studio ceramics in the mid-twentieth century. This exhibition features 45 of his...

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education  
Public Tour with Bruce Guenther for Betty LaDuke - Early Work

Join up on a public tour with Bruce Guenther, Adjunct Curator for Special Exhibitions, as he takes you around Betty LaDuke - Early Work. Centered in her...

Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education  

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