Virtual Stories from the MSJE Bring the southern Jewish stories shared at the Museum to your community, virtually! Spanning thirteen states and three hundred years, the MSJE's core exhibition explores the diverse relationships, experiences, and environments encountered by Jewish communities in the American South. We’ll discuss artifacts and stories from early Jewish immigrants as they navigated southern spaces to find and build communities. Learn how southern Jews maintained their identity and became part of the fabric of southern society. The MSJE team will walk you through the galleries and have a conversation about this unique yet universal story.
The Virtual Stories Program is a one hour Zoom-based interactive conversation with a member of the MSJE team that includes questions and answers. The program is $200 for groups of 100 people or more, and $100 for groups under 100 people.
If your group is interested in exploring a specific area of the Southern Jewish experience, please add a description in the box at the bottom. Once your submission is received, an MSJE staff member will contact you to confirm your date, time, and follow up on any other questions you may have.
If you have any questions, please contact Public Programs Manager Lizzi Meister at firstname.lastname@example.org.