Welcome to the web site of The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art -formerly the Fenster Museum of Jewish Art (FMJA). The repository of the largest collection of Judaica in the American Southwest, The Miller Museum is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Please join us on a representative tour of our collection. You will find a link at the bottom of each page for continunity or use the hyperlinks to the left to directly access a topic of specific interest. Sub-menus will also appear in white at the left, below the main topics, when there are multiple choices in a category.
Click on any photo to display a larger view. You will also find a complete list of illustrations with hyperlinks to both views and text. At the conclusion of your tour, please sign our guest book. We are looking forward to your comments.
The goal of this museum is to foster understanding between people of all cultures through an appreciation of their common history and values.
The Miller effort to this involves the creation of an image based upon the groupings into which Jewish objects naturally fall. At the Miller, there are five such groups:
Archeology Ritual Objects Life Cycle Ethnology History
The Miller Museum interprets these themes by means of objects from the permanent collection.
Despite our name, the Miller Museum defines itself as an educational rather than an arts organization, one that utilizes both art and history to preserve and present Jewish Culture. We also serve as the Jewish Historical Society of Oklahoma.
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