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Programs

We’re having an idea party, and you’re invited.

Whether we’re discussing history or new ideas, the meaning of freedom or the joys and challenges of being who you are in today’s America, join us for an ever-changing roster of dynamic programming that brings the museum and exhibitions to life.

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Sep 1
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Sep 11

Second Sunday Family Corner

Family-friendly

Second Sunday Family Corner

Second Sunday Family Activities

Sunday, September 11, 2016 • 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Free with Museum admission


Join NMAJH for a day of reflection; come learn about history in a safe and fun environment and take part in listing to stories about Grandparents and making crafts in our family corner. 


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Sep 12
Sep 13
Sep 14

Members Opening: Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Concerts & Performances, Exhibitions, Family-friendly, Members Events

Members Opening: Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Wednesday, September 14

6-8pm
Free & Exclusively for Members

Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution gives visitors an electrifying look into the life of legendary rock promoter and Holocaust refugee, Bill Graham

Click here for more informationEvent type:Concerts & Performances, Exhibitions, Family-friendly, Members Events


Sep 15

Members Preview Day: Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Exhibitions, Family-friendly, Members Events

Photo Credit: Bonnie MacLean

Members Preview Day: Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Thursday, September 15

10 am - 5 pm
Free and Exclusively for Members

Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution gives visitors an electrifying look into the life of legendary rock promoter and Holocaust refugee, Bill Graham.

Click here for more informationEvent type:Exhibitions, Family-friendly, Members Events


Sep 16
Sep 17
Sep 18

Speakers That Rock Opening Symposium

Lectures & Discussions

Speakers That Rock Opening Symposium

Sunday, September 18, 2-8 pm


$36/$25 Members 
Purchase Non-member tickets

This half-day event features conversations with Bill Graham's friends, family, and radio legends, including legendary WMGK DJ, John DeBella.

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Sep 19
Sep 20
Sep 21
Sep 22

Young Friends Curated Cocktails: Cocktails & Coloring

Exhibitions, Lectures & Discussions, Members Events

Young Friends Curated Cocktails: Cocktails & Coloring

Thursday, September 22

6-8pm
$12/Free for Young Friends Members

Join us for the next in our quarterly Curated Cocktails.  This event features our newest special exhibition, Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution.

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Character Day at NMAJH

Films & Filmmakers

Character Day at NMAJH

Thursday, September 22

Free with Museum admission
No advance registration required

Join us to celebrate this global initiative of filmmakers and Museum OPEN artists, Tiffany Shlain and Ken Goldberg. Drop in throughout the day for screenings of their short films, including The Making of a Mensch.

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Sep 23
Sep 24
Sep 25
Sep 26
Sep 27

Curator Tour: Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Exhibitions, Lectures & Discussions, Members Events

Curator Tour: Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution

Tuesday, September 27

10am
Free and Exclusively for Members 

Join Chief Curator and Director of Exhibitions and Collections, Josh Perelman, for a behind the scenes tour of the Museum's newest special exhibition, Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution.

Click here for more informationEvent type:Exhibitions, Lectures & Discussions, Members Events


Sep 28
Sep 29

Religion, Politics, and the 2016 Election

Lectures & Discussions

Moses Jacob Ezekiel (1844-1917), Religious Liberty, c. 1874-76. Photo by Jeff Goldberg/Esto.

Religion, Politics, and the 2016 Election

Thursday, September 29 at 7:00 pm


$8/Free for NMAJH and NCC Members and PennCard holders
Purchase Non-member tickets

Featuring Penn professors John J. DiIulio, Jr., John Lapinski, and Melissa Wilde, with Jane Eisner, Editor In Chief of The Jewish Daily Forward. Moderated by Dick Polman, National Political Columnist, NewsWorks/WHYY. Light reception to follow.


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Sep 30