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Jewish Museum of Australia Jewish Museum of Australia i(A138630 works by) (Organisation) assertion
Born: Established: 1982 South Yarra, South Yarra - Glen Iris area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria, ;
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'The Jewish Museum of Australia is a community museum, which aims to explore and share the Jewish experience in Australia and benefit Australia's diverse society. The Jewish Museum of Australia is committed to being a respected and innovative cultural centre, recognised nationally for its excellence in exhibitions, education programs and collection management.'

In 1995, the museum moved from its original location in South Yarra to the Gandel Centre of Judaica in St Kilda. The centre was officially opened by the then Governor General, Bill Hayden.

Source: Jewish Museum of Australia website,
Sighted: 16/02/2011

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