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Reimagining Manchester Jewish Museum

Category: Mission & Institutional Planning

Blooloop interviews Max Dunbar, CEO of the Manchester Jewish Museum, about a major renovation and strategic changes the institution has undertaken to become more welcoming and inviting to its broad, diverse community, including emphasizing universal aspects of the Mancunian Jewish experience and opening spaces for cross-cultural learning and programming.

Manchester Jewish Museum has re-opened after a major renovation. It features a new gallery, studio, kitchen, shop and café, doubling its original space. The museum , which holds over 31,000 objects and personal histories, tells the story of Jewish Manchester as well as wider stories of migration, community and identity.

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