"The Jews of
Cuba" will be the subject of a photography exhibit opening Sunday, April 27th
and running through June 8th. The exhibit is a two person show featuring the work of Brooklyn native Debbie Rosenfeld and West Orange-based photographer Heidi Sussman. An
opening reception will take place on Sunday, April 27th from noon-4pm with a lecture
by Professor Jonathan Golden of Drew University at 2pm.
A screening of the documentary film "Jubanos" will take place on Sunday, May 4th at 1:30 pm with filmmaker
A screening of the film Adio Kerida about anthropologist Ruth Behar's
search for her Sephardic roots in Cuba will take place on Sunday, June 1st from 1:30-3:30.
A closing reception is scheduled for
Sunday, June 8th from 1-5pm, featuring a Ladino poetry reading and dance performance.
The museum will be open on Sundays by appointment.
Suggested donation for all events is $10 or donation of personal hygiene products for men and women
to be delivered to Cuba.
Free off-street parking.
The Jewish Museum of New Jersey is located at 145
Broadway at historic Congregation Ahavas Sholom. For more information, see our
website at www.jewishmuseumnj.org or call (973) 698-8489.