Monday 6 June 2016

Jewish Museum London - June highlights: Dorothy Bohm talks, fashion panel and more


★★★★★ "A must-see for all style aficionados" – Evening Standard
Don't miss the final weeks of the criticially-acclaimed exhibition Moses, Mods and Mr Fish: The Menswear Revolution, closing Sunday 19 June.
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Moses, Mods and Mr Fish Events

Fashion Insiders: Panel Discussion
Tuesday 7 June, 7-8pm
Want to get ahead in fashion? Hear from leading blogger, designer, stylist and entrepreneurs as they share their top tips and dish the dirt on the latest trends.
Curator's Talk
Monday 13 June, 2-2.30pm
Discover more about the themes, stories and objects in Moses, Mods and Mr Fish: The Menswear Revolution with Assistant Curator Miriam Phelan. 

Dorothy Bohm: Sixties London Events

Dorothy Bohm: My Life and Work
Thursday 23 June, 6.30-7.30pm
Join eminent photographer Dorothy Bohm as she discusses her life and iconic work in conversation with Amanda Hopkinson.
Curator's Talk
Wednesday 6 July, 2-2.30pm
Discover more about Dorothy Bohm and her street photography from the curator of Dorothy Bohm: Sixties LondonJoanne Rosenthal. 

Other June Event Highlights

Martin Norton Lecture - A Rothschild Renaissance
Wednesday 15 June, 6.30-7.30pm
Join Dr Dora Thornton as she discusses the Renaissance treasures collected by Baron Ferdinand Rothschild MP.
Codebreakers Family Activities Day
Sunday 26 June, 10am-1pm
Explore the galleries with special trails, use objects to crack codes and hear from Ruth Bourne, who worked at Bletchley park during World War Two. 

What's On Elsewhere

The Freud Museum is celebrating its 30th birthday!
This anniversary programme features leading UK artists and writers, including Mark Wallinger and Edmund de Waal. Don't miss the Austrian pop-up cafe from 2-3 July.

HAÏM: In the Light of a Violin by Gerald GaruttiTranslated into English by Christopher Hampton
11 - 21 June | Print Room at the Coronet
HAÏM retraces the true story of Haïm Lipsky, a Polish Jew born in 1922 into a poor working class family, who became a passionate violinist, and survived the hell of the death camps thanks to his love of music. 

Heritage Trail
Sunday 26 June, 1-3pm |  Manchester Jewish Museum
Step into the past with guides Merton Paul and David Jaffa and let them take you on a walking tour around the old Jewish Quarter of Cheetham Hill. Allow them to bring back to life the characters and institutions that made up this once vibrant hub of Jewish activity.