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Can I submit a proposal for an exhibition or acquisition?

The Jewish Museum receives inquiries from many artists and its curatorial staff is always interested in reviewing work for acquisition and exhibition. However, due to the volume of submissions we regret that we cannot do so in person, nor can we accept original art objects for consideration without making prior arrangements.

If you would like to acquaint the staff with your proposal and submit it for either exhibition or acquisition review, please click here for a listing of procedures that should be followed.

Can The Jewish Museum appraise my artwork and artifacts?

The Museum and its staff are unable to authenticate or perform appraisals of works of art or artifacts for the public. We suggest that you consult a reputable art dealer, appraiser, or auction house. You may also wish to contact the Appraisers Association of America to get more information on certain types of appraisals.

Does The Jewish Museum ever donate admission passes for organizations holding fundraisers?

Request for donations of admission passes may be submitted by email to Visitor Services at Be sure to include the name of the organization and the date of your fundraiser. You may also fax a letter on organization letterhead to Visitor Services at 212-423-3232, or mail it to Visitor Services, The Jewish Museum, 1109 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128.

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