Jewish Museum Hohenems is temporarily closed!Dear friends of the Jewish Museum Hohenems, Ladies and Gentlemen, as a measure to contain the corona virus, the Jewish Museum Hohenems, the caféteria, the library and the museum office will remain closed until further notice. Now solidarity is required on all levels - we have to look at each other and change our habits significantly for a while. All events and educational programmes of the museum are now also initially cancelled until 13 April 2020. You will continue to receive up-to-date information on our homepage, through our newsletter and our social media channels, and we ask for your understanding and look forward to hopefully welcoming you back to the museum soon. Until then, we wish you all the best, take care of yourself and all the people who need help at the moment and stay healthy! Hanno Loewy and the Jewish Museum Team   ... more 
Exhibition – Preview
The Last Europeans. Jewish Perspectives on the Crises of an Idea | The Brunner Family. An EstateMay 3, 2020 until April 11, 2021 | Seventy-five years after the end of World War II, Europe is threatened by a relapse into nationalistic and xenophobic ideologies. The European imperative of “Never Again!” is being challenged by many, also here in Austria. At the same time, Europe’s nationalists are discovering their own fantasy of the “Christian-Jewish Occident”—as a battle cry against immigration and integration.  ... more 
The Museum
At Home: DiasporaThe Jewish Museum of Hohenems remembers the Jewish community of Hohenems and its various contributions to the development of Vorarlberg and the surrounding regions of the Alps. It tells a story about the Diaspora, and it confronts contemporary questions of Jewish life and culture in Europe, questions of living together and of migration. The museum also deals with the end of the community of Hohenems, the regional ... more