Recruiting… Exhibition Design Team & Theatre Design Team

We are now recruiting: EXHIBITION DESIGN TEAM An experienced exhibition design team is required to create an interpretive plan and design proposals to RIBA Stage 3 equivalent and, subject to a HLF Round 2 pass, deliver these proposals. Full details: Brief – Exhibition Design Team Application deadline: 23rd November 2015 THEATRE DESIGN TEAM An experienced Theatre Design Team is required … Read More

Hip Hop, Electronica & Sacred Sounds Women’s Choir

Today we’re announcing an eclectic line-up of musicians, filmmakers and films for next month’s Video Jam @ MJM. Exploring concepts of faith and ritual, and set within the stunning environment of Manchester’s oldest synagogue, this Video Jam promises to be a unique night like none other. Musicians include acclaimed band, Flamingods, Liverpool-based composer and instrumentalist, Alex Cotrell, electronic music duo, … Read More

MJM launches #SynaGigs programme

This Autumn we’ll be staging our most culturally diverse and exciting events programme to date. From a Bollywood Brass Band to a Jewish Comedy Night, acclaimed event based collective Video Jam projecting films within the stunning interior of the Synagogue to comedy gigs and a season finale fusing the joys of Christmas and Chanukah featuring print-making. This eclectic and vibrant season … Read More

New Job Opportunities

We’re now looking for a new Learning Manager and Operations Manager to join the museum team. In addition to this, we’re also looking for a Project Manager and Business Plan Consultant to work with us on our development project. Application deadline is 14th August with interviews taking place in early September. See full Job Descriptions, Person Specifications and How to … Read More

Heritage Lottery to Fund Museum Development Project

The museum is delighted to announce that it will receive initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a major development project. The project will result in a new museum extension that will house new galleries, learning and event spaces. The museum’s historic synagogue building will also be fully restored. Development funding of £426,900 has also been awarded to … Read More