Jill Vexler, Ph.D.
Cultural Crossovers, Inc.
718 Broadway, Suite 3a
New York, NY 10003
For a complete listing of my work experience, please download a copy of my CV (visit www.adobe.com to install Adobe Acrobat Reader).
Website design by Ladybug Communications, New York.
Links & Resources
Learn more about the special exhibition, Remembering Luboml: Images of a Jewish Community exhibition.
Yahrzeit: September 11 Observed was an exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust. Please visit the Museum's website for more information about their collection. Click here to take a "behind-the-scenes" look at how the exhibtion was created.
The Council of American Jewish Museums provides information, and conducts conferences and seminars that address issues facing Jewish museums today.
www.tinmarin.org (see: En el corazón del hogar)
For information and a preview of the exciting new donation of the Greek and Thai kitchens to the children of El Salvador, go to the website of the country's only children's museum,
El Museo de los Ninos Tin Marin.
Go to "Exhibits" to explore Oaxaca, Mexico and the Philippines.
Worldways Children's Museum has hosted two and even owns one of the cultural exhibitions curated by Jill Vexler. Oaxaca Village, originally curated for the Children's Museum of Houston traveled to many hosts all over the US and is now a permanent part of Worldways Children's Museum in St. Louis. Subsequently, this museum hosted BAYANIHAN: A Window to the Philippines, aspects of which are still part of the permanent exhibition at the museum.
See "The Milking Parlor" from the exhibition, Cows, Curds, and their Wheys.
Visit the Miami Children's Museum website to learn more about the Ports of Call: Brasil exhibition, which opened in January, 2004
Discover Yiayia Sofia's Greek Village, a traveling exhibition curated by Jill Vexler. As the Greek grandmother's village travels around the USA, see its latest installation at the Dallas Children's Museum
following its seven years
at the Spokane Children's Museum.
Visit the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation's website to learn more about an exhibition Jill Vexler curated on pre-War Jewish life in Oswicim (Auschwitz), Poland.