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Membership Events


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Join us for exciting Members only programming throughout the year. Members also get discounts on the Museum’s Public Programs. If you are between the ages of 21 and 40, or if you have a young person in your life, we encourage you to click here to check out our dedicated Young Friends of NMAJH programming. To view a full calendar of Museum programs, please click here.

Upcoming Member Events


 

POP PosterMembers’ Curator Tour
Thursday, December 21 at 10 am
Free and exclusively for Members; RSVP to membership@nmajh.org


Join us for a curator-led presentation on Power of Protest: The Movement to Free Soviet Jews, a pop-up exhibition which explores the significance of this risky, dramatic, and emotionally fraught social justice movement. December 2017 represents the 30th anniversary of the historic March on Washington in which American Jewish activists marched to show their support for Soviet Jews (refusniks) who were denied the rights to live freely, practice Judaism, or leave the country.

This small-scale, free-standing exhibition is designed to travel and will be at NMAJH for a limited time this winter.


Power of Protest is supported, in part, through a Museums for America grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a government agency dedicated to advancing innovation, lifelong learning, and cultural and civic engagement.


 
 

  
 

Bernstein popsMembers’ Trip to Lenny’s Revolution, a performance of the Philly Pops
Sunday, February 4, 2018
3 pm (doors open 2:30 pm)
At Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts

Tickets are $118 and are for seats in the desirable Orchestra Tiers E & F. Tickets include a complimentary soft-bound copy of Leonard Bernstein: An American Musician by Allen Shaw. Tickets will go on sale soon.


Join us for an afternoon of music by Leonard Bernstein presented as part of Bernstein at 100, a tribute to the maestro. Leonard Bernstein revolutionized music and is renowned for his iconic hits West Side Story, Candide, and On the Town. David Charles Abell, Bernstein’s protégé and Philly native son will conduct this concert featuring Broadway vocalists Lisa Vroman, Alli Mauzey, and Ryan Silverman – plus the 180-voice Philly POPS Festival Chorus!

Prior to the concert, NMAJH’s very own Ivy Weingram take the stage for a conversation about the Museum’s forthcoming special exhibition which she is curating, Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music.

All proceeds benefit the Museum and the development of this exhibition.

 



Members’ Opening Reception for Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music
March, 2018


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