Mizel Museum

400 S. Kearney St.
Denver, CO 80224


  • by appointment only
Founded in 1982 by Rabbi Stanley Wagner and Carol and Larry A. Mizel, the Mizel Museum is a place where Judaism in Denver intersects with the rest of the world. In its 25 years of existence, the museum has hosted many important exhibits of global concern, including 100 Years of Art in Israel, Art from the Former Soviet Union to America, and The Dead Weight of Complacency. In addition, the museum offers a number of reputable educational programs like the award-winning "Bridges of Understanding" program, which introduces students to Jewish, Asian Pacific, Native American, Hispanic/Latino, African-American and Muslim cultures.

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