NUMBER 36 WINTER 2013 jewishmuseummilwaukee.org PresidentвЂ™s Message вЂ�10 Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth CenturyвЂ™ by Andy Warhol By Penny Deshur, President have a passion for genealogy and have been searching for my family roots for the past thirty years, beginning with 50 known family members and expanding to thousands. When my grandparents were alive I never asked about their lives, and by the time I was interested in the subject, they were gone. Now I am compelled to pass my familyвЂ™s history to my children and grandchildren so they know where they came from. JMM offers many opportunities for YOU to become involved in this important endeavorвЂ¦ I By Molly Dubin, Curator ore than thirty years after the suite was first created, this grouping of вЂ�Jewish Geniuses,вЂ™ as Warhol fittingly referred to them, is still sparking debate among art critics, historians and connoisseurs. Warhol, one of the most important artists in the Pop Art movement in America, became as famous as many of the celebrities he portrayed in his popular silkscreen prints. Depicting noted individuals from various disciplines, these brightly-colored creations feature historical figures and renowned luminaries of Jewish culture. Large scale portraits of Sarah Bernhardt, Louis Brandeis, Martin Buber, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, George Gershwin, Franz Kafka, the Marx Brothers, Golda Meir, and Gertrude Stein, allude to the grandiosity associated with fame while establishing an intimacy between subject and viewer. In the second millennium, WarholвЂ™s iconic images of great Jewish thinkers, politicians, performers, and writers attest to the lasting achievements and prominence of these singular figures. But issues at the foundation of the controversy surrounding the pieces, such as whether Warhol genuinely recognized the importance of his subjectsвЂ™ diverse accomplishments and legacies, or if he was engaging in вЂ�JewploitationвЂ™, remain firmly rooted. While the initial reception of the series was certainly affected by the context and time in which they were created, the longevity and continued relevance of the images also call into question their place and perception amid contemporary generations and standards. M This exhibit is on loan from the collection of the Spertus Institute and is sponsored by Suzy B. Ettinger. вЂў On the Museum website I maintain the burial database covering nearly 30,000 Jewish burials throughout Wisconsin. You may find names of your family members, dates, places of birth and death, the cemetery where they are buried, photos of tombstones and perhaps even a reference to a death notice in the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle. Are we missing your relatives? Is there a correction to be made? Would you be willing to join me for a trip to a cemetery so we can photograph tombstones? I would love your help. вЂў Our Archives contain many family histories and family artifacts. Do we have your family history? Have you participated in an oral history? Can you help us add to our collection? вЂў This past summer Marilyn Lane and I taught a four-week Genealogy 101 class to 18 adult students. Some of them were able to find naturalization papers and birth and death certificates for grandparents. Everyone came away with new knowledge about their families and enthusiasm for continuing their work. Did you miss this class, but would like to take one when it is вЂў Sign up for one of our Oral History days next offered? Would you like a one-on-one Spring/Summer session with an expert? вЂў Participate in Genealogy 101 scheduled for Summer 2014 вЂў I recently completed a family tree showing вЂў Arrange for one-on-one instruction with the 121 direct descendants of my maternal an expert grandparents. It is not a traditional family вЂў Receive help creating your family tree tree, but a work of art that I will frame and вЂў Receive research help put up on the wall. Would you like me to вЂў Join JMM President Penny Deshur to help you create a family tree? photograph tombstones for the Archives вЂў And last, but not least, we offer research and website - it is a good time! through the Archives. Is there something Jay вЂў Contact Jay Hyland, Hyland or one of our experts can do for you? [email protected] or call him at 414-390-5759 to take advantage of any of The Jewish Museum Milwaukee has so much to these opportunities offer. All you need to do is take advantage of it! Penny Deshur Genealogy Opportunities Warhol Exhibit Related Programs Public opening: Sunday, December 15 Noon вЂ“ 4:00 pm Bring family and friends to experience the color and вЂ�popвЂ™ of this unique suite of works; guided tours available throughout the afternoon along with coloring and scavenger activities for families. Cost: Free for members; $5 for non-members Pop Art & Popcorn: Wednesday, December 25, Noon вЂ“ 4:00 pm Spend the holiday afternoon with family and friends enjoying freshly popped popcorn and viewing the films, A Night at the Opera with the Marx Brothers (the Marx Brothers are among WarholвЂ™s 10 Jewish portraits) and Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol. Cost: Free for members; $5 for non-members Screen Printing Workshops at RedLine Milwaukee, 1422 N 4th St, Milwaukee. Two Available Sessions: 1. Thursday, January 23 or 2. Thursday, February 27, 5:00 вЂ“ 8:00 pm Beginner and novice-level screen printers are welcome to this introductory session to basic screen-printing where youвЂ™ll learn to make art like Warhol. This session will include an introduction to basic screen-printing, including the photo emulsion process. Ink, screens, photo emulsion and side-by-side instruction are provided for you to complete your screen printing projects or to learn this exciting printmaking medium that can be applied to many surfaces including t-shirts, fabric, glass windows, paper and more! Cost: $45 per person per session RSVP required - limit 8 people per session; registrations taken until sessions are filled CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Jewish Museum Milwaukee вЂў 1360 North Prospect Avenue вЂў Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202-3094 DirectorвЂ™s Report CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Exhibit Related Programs вЂ�Andy WarholвЂ™s Minyan: Reconsidering his вЂ�Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth CenturyвЂ™ Thursday, February 6 at 11:00 am With James Yood, Professor of Contemporary Art History and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. WarholвЂ™s portrait suite was received with both critical acclaim and some decidedly negative responses on its debut in 1980. This illustrated lecture will revisit that debut and examine the series itself, its place in WarholвЂ™s art, and analyze why it provoked such a wide response. Yood, who was educated at the University of Wisconsin вЂ“ Madison and the University of Chicago, sees the series as indicative of much of WarholвЂ™s artвЂ” seemingly simple and straightforward, but surprisingly pertinent and provocative. Cost: Free for members; $5 for non-members Of the People, for the People, the Legacy of Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis: Friday, February 21, 11:30 am With J. Gordon Hylton, J.D., Ph.D., Professor at Marquette University Law School and Virginia University. Lecture and luncheon co-sponsored by the Cardozo Society. *Cost and additional information TBD Day Trip to Chicago Spertus Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago: Thursday, March 6th, 9 am вЂ“ 5 pm Ride in comfort on a coach bus to Chicago for this exciting cultural excursion. Start out at the Spertus Institute where Director of Marketing & Communications Betsy Gomberg will provide an architectural tour of the organizationвЂ™s unique sustainable venue. Then join Curator, Ilana Segal in viewing highlights of the permanent collection. Following lunch at the Spertus, spend the afternoon at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago viewing the special exhibit, MCA/DNA: Warhol and Marisol, as well as permanent exhibit highlights. Dietary Laws observed. Cost: $60 for members; $68 for non-members, RSVP Required by February 14 Museum After Dark for Young Jewish Professionals: Thursday, March 13, 7:00 вЂ“ 9:00 pm Meet, schmooze, network and just have a good time with other young Jewish professionals from throughout the Milwaukee area. Enjoy drinks and snacks while engaging in fun, cultural activities вЂ“ including screen printing so you can create art like Andy Warhol - and view the exhibit, вЂ�10 Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth CenturyвЂ™. Following this inaugural event, YJAM, YLD, JNFuture, MJF and the JMM will continue to team up quarterly for this exciting вЂ�Night at the MuseumвЂ™ series! Cost: $8 per person Thank You! Jewish Museum Milwaukee exhibits, programs and operations this past year were made possible in part with major donations from the following individuals and foundations: вЂў Anonymous Foundation - Exhibits and Programs вЂў Jacob Bernheim Memorial Endowment Fund - Operations вЂў Amy and Fred Croen - Pushcarts Exhibit вЂў Albert and Ann Deshur Memorial Endowment Fund - Operations вЂў Ettinger Family Foundation - Capital improvements and exhibits вЂў Suzy B. Ettinger - Pushcarts Exhibit вЂў Friends of Anne Friedman, Fran Meyers and Patti Weigler вЂў Gene & Ruth Posner Foundation - Felix Lembersky Exhibit вЂў Sattell, Johnson & Appel - Pushcarts Exhibit вЂў Annalee and Abe Sosman Family - Felix Lembersky Exhibit вЂў Helen and Bernard Soref Memorial Fund - Operations вЂў Beverly Solochek & Sylvia Solochek Walters вЂў Wisconsin Humanities Council - Hedvika Strnad Exhibit вЂў WomanвЂ™s Club of Wisconsin - Felix Lembersky Exhibit By Kathie Bernstein major responsibility as Executive Director is to make sure there are adequate operating funds to pay staff, occupancy costs, heat, lights, phones, office supplies, computers, special exhibit cleaning, and a guard on Sundays. We provide educational programs, lectures, conduct oral histories, and create print Newsletters and e-newsletters to keep our members up-to-date. We accomplish all of this with an allocation from the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, grant writing, and the generosity of our members and donors. We have grown as an institution over the past 5 years, and so have the expenses associated with our expanded exhibits schedule. Each new exhibit requires display panels, signage, installation fees, rental fees, insurance fees, lighting, and marketing -- separate funding that is not part of our operating budget. The staff and Board of Trustees sincerely thank you for your support this past year and ask you to consider a contribution to the Museum over and above your membership to ensure our ability to provide the highest level of exhibits and programs possible in the year ahead. Thank you for your consideration. And visit your Museum soon! A EducatorвЂ™s Report By Ellie Gettinger elow is a list of some of the groups that have benefited from a visit to our Museum during the first part of this fiscal year. Group tours have come from throughout the city, the state, Illinois and Germany. We develop a unique program for each group that dovetails with their needs. School group funding continues to be a huge priority. So far this year, our anonymous donor has enabled hundreds of students to visit the Museum. YOU can help by making a gift to the new Beverly Greenberg Education Fund. B Adult Day Care: Russian Language Lembersky Tour Arrowhead High School BBYO: Impact Milwaukee Camp Ramah Wisconsin: Machon Cardinal Stritch: Making Milwaukee Class Cardinal Stritch: Social Studies Methods Chai Point: Pushcart Tour Chicago Jewish Historical Society Concordia University Nursing: Cultural Diversity Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun Brotherhood Divine Saviors Holy Angels Theology Class Escuela Verde Greendale Gifted and Talented Program Israeli Teen Mifgash Learning In Retirement MacPherson College: Multiculturalism in Education Marquette University Museums and Ethnic Representations Milwaukee Public Library Docents Moses Montefiore Synagogue (Appleton) MSOE Transcultural Nursing Red Belles of Mequon Riverside University High School Rogers Street Academy Rufus King Exchange with Harnack Shule (Berlin) Sarah Chudnow Lembersky Tour Teplinsky Family Reunion University School 4th Grade UWM Historical Methods UWM The Milwaukee Community UW-Madison Zionism Class Wauwatosa Avenue United Methodist Church Weinstein Fellowship New Funds Created We Appreciate Your Contributions We are pleased to announce creation of the following important new funds within the Jewish Community Foundation on behalf of Jewish Museum Milwaukee Thank you to the following for donations of materials to the Archives of the Jewish Museum Milwaukee from April 25-December 2, 2013. вЂў Eliot Bernstein Professional Education Fund вЂў Beverly Greenberg Education Fund вЂў Herbert L. Gronik Oral History Endowment Fund вЂў Marianne Lubar Archives Fund вЂў Steve Solochek Memorial Lecture Fund For information about creating a fund please call Kathie Bernstein at the Museum, 414-390-5731, or Caren Goldberg at the Jewish Community Foundation, 414-390-5737. Oral History Participants 2013 David Arnstein Felix and Feiga Bandos Marge Becker Steve Becker Tauba Biterman Mark Brickman Joan Champion Joe Dailey Raye David Judy Garber Julius Garber Danni Gendelman Shel Gendelman Sam Gingold Victor Greene Lorraine Hoffmann Alvin Holzman Doris Karp Pat Kerns Renice Konik Kay Kurz Karen Loeb Sandy Mallin Joe Margolies Margie Margolies Lee Marnett Janet Meister Joan Miller Jeffrey Nocton Pamela Nonken Karl Perl Edith Pump Pat Rieselbach Edie Shafer Peter Shelley Joan Urdan Nate Zelazo 2 Sherman and Marianne Abrahamson Ellis and Jane Avner Jack Beck Sharie Berliant Della Borenstein Marlynn Brick Sheldon Burchman Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear Flora Cohen Rose Daitsman Penny Deshur Harriet Dizack Ken Eichenbaum Gitel Forman Harley and Carol Frank Jane Gellman Shel and Danni Gendelman Dave Glenn Robert Goldberger Victor Greene Frank and Barbara Heilbronner Doris Hoffman Jack and Audrey Keyes Maureen Komisar Harold Krom Lynne Lewin Sheldon and Marianne Lubar Joan Luck Arlene Mann ManpowerGroup Harriet McKinney Paul Melrood Barbara Meyers Claire Michelstetter Neil Moss Harold and Pamela Nonken Jack Porter Byrda Raffe Lillian Rakita Ann Raskin Edward Reichman Howard Reichman David Safer Jean Saltzman Ted and Dorothy Sattler Cathy Segall Michael Segall Beverly Solochek Bernice Spivek Jeff and Jody Steren Sam and Ellen Stern Mort and Estelle Swerdlow Max and Tybie Taglin Robert and Marilyn Teper Stan Teplin Sylvia Solocheck Walters Merle Wasserman Sonia Willenson Wisconsin Marine Historical Society Jim and Nan Youngerman From Pushcarts to Professionals Exhibit Acquisitions & Collections Committee Marjorie Margolies, Chair Esther Ancel Alan Borsuk Penny Deshur Marianne Lubar Pat Rieselbach Mike Spector 5th Anniversary Committee Elaine Appel, Chair Joy Appel Muriel Becker Nathan Bernstein Barbie Blutstein Suzy Ettinger Ellen Friebert Schupper Betsy Green Bev Greenberg Judy Kristal Nancy Miller Amy Newman Ken Stein Pushcarts exhibit opening Education Committee Preparing the Ettinger Gallery for From Pushcarts to Professionals exhibit Members Preview Event for Pushcarts exhibit Renice Konik, Chair Jane Avner Steve Baruch Paula Boyd Robin Cohen Kelly DiGiacinto Trudy Farber Joan Friedman Don Leibold Lloyd Levin Kelly OвЂ™Keefe-Boettcher Maria Peeples Bonnie Shafrin Samara Sofian Exhibits Committee Prof. Jonathan Pollack presents вЂњBuilt on ScrapвЂќ as part of the Pushcarts exhibit programming Men in the scrap metal and recycling business вЂ” Back Row (left to right): Larry Katz, Bruce Katz, Larry Erlich, Art Arnstein, Jeff Schuster. Front Row (left to right): Dick Kimmel, Jack Beck, Joe Erlich, Tony Teech, Phil Paley, Harold Paley Jewish Museum Milwaukee Board of Trustees 2013-2014 Penny Deshur, President* Neena B. Florsheim, Vice President* Pat Rieselbach, Secretary* Esther Ancel, Treasurer* Elaine Appel Elizabeth Behrendt Barbara Blutstein Alan Borsuk Sharon Canter Jane Chernof Amy Croen Anneliese Dickman Daniel Einhorn Suzy B. Ettinger Ali Florsheim Joan Becker Friedman Mark B. Garber Beverly Greenberg Renice Konik Marvin Lauwasser Lloyd Levin* Marjorie M. Margolies Amy Newman Rebecca Peltz Ellen Friebert Schupper Michael J. Spector* Ken Stein Jody Sussman Steren Deborah Wilk Marianne Lubar, Founding President* New Membership Level For You We are pleased to introduce the Traveler Membership level with a special benefit. вЂў Renew or increase your membership to $150.00 or above to be eligible for our new Traveler Membership and receive FREE admission to twelve participating Jewish museums nationwide, in locations like Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Miami. вЂў This is an amazing opportunity to gain free admission to twelve museums for the price of one! вЂў Call the Museum at 414-390-5730 to purchase this new membership or go to our website, www.jewishmuseummilwaukee.org, click on Contribute, then Become a Member and select Traveler Membership. It is so easy to do! Marlene Lauwasser Ex-Officio/Board Chair, Milwaukee Jewish Federation *Executive Committee In Their Own Words Why You Should Join Our E-mail List вЂњI wish to thank you for a marvelous tour of the Museum. It is an impressive place and I will definitely visit it again to further absorb the many wonderful exhibits.вЂќ вЂ” a happy visitor We normally send print newsletters like this twice a year. But we send out e-newsletters around the first of each month as well as ongoing e-mails to alert our members to upcoming programs and events. If you have an e-mail address that we do not have, please let us know so we can add you to our e-mail list. Contact Kelsey at 414-390-5757, or by e-mail, [email protected] and begin receiving the latest news. Mission Statement The Jewish Museum Milwaukee preserves and presents the Jewish experience through the lens of Greater Milwaukee and celebrates the continuum of Jewish heritage and culture. The archives, exhibitions, programs and publications inspire public appreciation for the diversity of Jewish life in a local and global historic context. 3 Deborah Wilk, Chair Elaine Appel Shirah Appel Barbie Blutstein Anneliese Dickman Suzy Ettinger Ellen Flesch Neena Florsheim Joan Becker Friedman Sheri Levin Marianne Lubar Amy Moller Toby Recht Sue Selig Ken Stein Genealogy Committee Penny Deshur, Chair Bruce Fetter Roberta Forman Herb Giller Ed Goldman Sandy Greenberg Marilyn Lane Marvin Lauwasser Fran Luebke Margie Margolies Susan Lubar Solvang Arlene Zimmerman Program Committee This committee is on hiatus Docents Bill Appel Jane Avner Edward Blumberg Jane Chernof Robin Cohen Jim Deshur Penny Deshur Sue Effron Claire Fabric Estelle Felber Carol Fishman Neena Florsheim Gene Gilbert Bertie Levkowitz Herz Dorry Karp Renice Konik Sheri Levin Lloyd Levin Karen Loeb Doreen Marcus Judy Naimon Donna Neubauer Dianne Spector Beverly Ugent Andrea Waxman Archives Volunteers Romaine Backer Joan Barnett Sharie Berliant Fay Colberg Harriet Dizack Ruth Farber Susan Garrison Debbie Gartenberg Bunny Goldstein Marvin Lauwasser Phyllis Lensky Helga Levings Arlene Mann Barbara Perchonok Byrda Raffe Lil Rakita Amy Schwartz Annalee Sosman Bernice Spivek Jody Steren Norby Sweet Arlene Zimmerman Lecture and Discussion with Kennan Ferguson Material World: Contemporary Ceramic Exhibit March 2-30, 2014 Organized as part of the Annual Conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) WINTER 2013 вЂў NUMBER 36 The Jewish Museum Milwaukee is a program of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation. Please address all correspondence and suggestions to: Kathie Bernstein, Executive Director, Jewish Museum Milwaukee 1360 North Prospect Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202-3094 414-390-5730 Kennan Ferguson discusses The Settlement Cookbook at the Milwaukee County Historical Society From The Archives By Jay Hyland e are very pleased to announce that the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle has been digitized by Ancestry.com! Researchers can access the digitized newspapers for free by visiting the Jewish Museum Milwaukee Archives, or by having a paid subscription to www.newspapers.com. This new service further enhances our research holdings, is very easy to use, and enables users to access all back issues of the Chronicle from 1921-1995. The database is also fully searchable, meaning one can look for a birth, bar/bat mitzvah, or wedding announcement without having to know the exact year in advance. Once an article is located, it can be shared with family and friends via email, Facebook or Twitter. Contact Jay Hyland at 414-390-5759 or email [email protected] for further information about this exciting new service. W he 48th annual international NCECA conference is taking place in Milwaukee this spring from March 19вЂ“22. Select venues around the city will be displaying contemporary clay works in Mine Shaft #1 by Dane Youngren. celebration of ceramic arts and the convergence of thousands of ceramic artists from around the word on our Midwest metropolis. The JMM will host a special limited engagement exhibit featuring a grouping of work titled, Boomtown, by Stanwood, Washington based artist, Dane Youngren and a selection of works collectively titled, A Sustainable Table, by a Minneapolis, Minnesota based group organized by artist, Anna Metcalfe. T Special Artist and NCECA Conference Reception: Thursday, March 20, 7 вЂ“ 9 pm www.jewishmuseummilwaukee.org [email protected] Penny Deshur, President Jody Sussman Steren, Editor Museum Hours Monday through Thursday: 10 am вЂ“ 4 pm Friday: 10 am вЂ“ 2 pm Sunday: Noon вЂ“ 4 pm Closed Saturdays Closed for Jewish holidays: call 414-390-5730 to be sure the Museum is open. Docent tours are available. To learn more, please call 414-390-5730. The Jewish Museum Milwaukee may be reserved and rented for special events: please call 414-390-5730 for more information. 1360 North Prospect Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53202-3094 Milwaukee, WI Permit No. 5632 PAID Presorted First-Class Mail U.S. Postage Jewish Museum Milwaukee Current Member List* *As of December 6, 2013. We sincerely regret any omissions. 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Well before the birth of rock and roll more than 60 years ago, music inspired and was inspired by historical, cultural and social events. Arrangements and beats originating in Eastern Europe and Russia crossed the Atlantic to America where they found footing at Tin Pan Alley and fused with diverse sounds to create scores to delight theater and movie going audiences on both coasts before permeating the nation and nearly every melodic category to become part of the worldвЂ™s collective musical consciousness where it continues to influence the industries cutting edge. Through biographies and stories exploring the breadth and diversity of rock, and artifacts, including concert posters, records, books and photographs, this exhibit illustrates the importance of Jews in the evolution and popularity of this genre of contemporary music. T Organized by National Exhibitions & Archives LLC April 20 вЂ“ July 27, 2014 Bob Dylan, Beastie Boys, Paula Abdul, Neil Diamond, The Ramones Join Jewish Museum Milwaukee as we explore the 60 year history of Jews in Rock and Roll. From Tin Pan Alley to CBGB, Jews impacted the evolution of this diverse genre. This exhibit will answer the eternal question: ARE YOU READY TO ROCK?!
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