Ralph Rapson SE Minneapolis Library, 1963 Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota (JAMM) Paige Dansinger, 2009
MISSION: The Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota will be a major repository in the Upper Midwest for Jewish related art collect...
Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture, Interpretive Learning Center, Period Rooms, Special Exhibition/Events Area,  Gift Shop & Mini-Ca...
Auditorium/Lecture Hall Drippy Ceiling Exhibition Space Administration Area Main Storage, Loading Dock and Work-Shop
 
 
 
Historic Preservation Green/Sustainability Architectural Dept. & Jewish Studies UMN Community Collaboration Additional Exh...
Ralph Rapson SE Minneapolis Library Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota (JAMM) Paige Dansinger, 2009
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JAMM is working with Architects, Parker Design International (PDI). The initial project site for consideration is the 1963, Ralph Rapson building that is currently used as the SE Library, 13th University Ave. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Ralph Rapson Se Library For Jamm Site

  1. 1. Ralph Rapson SE Minneapolis Library, 1963 Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota (JAMM) Paige Dansinger, 2009
  2. 2. MISSION: The Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota will be a major repository in the Upper Midwest for Jewish related art collections. JAMM will collect and exhibit examples of fine arts and culture adhering to a commitment to art of the Jewish experience with a historical perspective, as well as art that illuminates contemporary Jewish culture and life in America. Unique in its focus, this educational institute will preserve and disseminate Jewish cultural, ritual, traditional, modern and contemporary fine arts. The purpose of the museum is to be an educational institution and cultural archive which, through the medium of art, engages awareness of the Jewish culture for Jewish and non-Jewish citizens alike. It is hoped that one outcome of this engagement is the furtherance of mutual enlightenment, understanding and a richly peaceful coexistence between the Jewish people and all of humankind.
  3. 3. Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture, Interpretive Learning Center, Period Rooms, Special Exhibition/Events Area, Gift Shop & Mini-Café, Scholars Study, Directors Office and Conference Room
  4. 4. Auditorium/Lecture Hall Drippy Ceiling Exhibition Space Administration Area Main Storage, Loading Dock and Work-Shop
  5. 8. Historic Preservation Green/Sustainability Architectural Dept. & Jewish Studies UMN Community Collaboration Additional Exhibition Space/Parking Ramp Addition
  6. 9. Ralph Rapson SE Minneapolis Library Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota (JAMM) Paige Dansinger, 2009

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