Executive Director Jane Leavey at the museum opening.

The Museum

Through its public exhibitions and programs, The Breman explores the universal themes of respect for difference, responsible citizenship, human dignity, and community-building through the lens of the Jewish experience. The museum provides visitors with a strong historical perspectiv,e as well as a positive example of the strength of the human spirit and our interdependence.  The Breman, a local and national resource, houses two permanent exhibitions, Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years which provides the history of the Holocaust and Creating Community: The Jews of Atlanta from 1845 to the Present, depicting Jewish life in the State of Georgia; one gallery for special exhibitions, a resource library, and extensive archives relating to Jewish history in Georgia with materials (including diaries, documents, scrapbooks, photographs, audio and video recordings, oral histories; and an extensive newspaper collection) that date back to the 1850s.

Entrance to the museum.

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The Breman Museum Shop

The Breman's gift shop is a wonderful source for hand-crafted Judaica, books and gift items for all ages. Of special interest are Seasoned With Love: Culinary Treasures From The Breman, filled with wonderful recipes and archival photographs; and illustrated catalogues from The Breman's special exhibitions.

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The Breman's Partners

 

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