Over 20,000 objects and stories that tell the continuum of Jewish life and what it means to be Jewish in Australia
Our collection is made up of over 20,000 items that have been donated and acquired since the late 1970s. Encompassing historical and contemporary Judaica, visual art, photography, textiles, personal and ceremonial objects, documents and books, our collection is driven by a desire to share and preserve the Jewish history and culture.
Our collection primarily represents the unique social and cultural history of Australia’s Jewish communities, but it also includes items that signify the broader history and practices of Jewish people from across the world.
Image use policy: All images, audio and audio-visual material within the collection are owned by the Jewish Museum of Australia. If you wish to adapt, publish or redistribute images from the collection, please submit the application form attached to the image use policy document.
Thank you for considering donating an object to the Jewish Museum of Australia. We have standard policies and procedures relating to collection donations outlined in our Acquisition and Deaccession Policy. These have been developed to help protect donors and their objects, as well as help us manage the collection according to professional standards. Please complete the form below in as much detail as possible and your proposal will be submitted to our Acquisitions Committee for assessment.
If you have a question about our collection or exhibitions program please use the form below to get in touch with our curatorial team.
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