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Since the 1920s, the game of mah jongg has ignited the popular imagination with its beautiful tiles, mythical origins, and communal spirit. Come learn the history and meaning of the beloved game that became a Jewish-American tradition.

Read more about the exhibition in the New York Times.

Watch a podcast about the exhibition from The Forward.

This exhibition is made possible through the generosity of the National Mah Jongg League. Additional support provided by Sylvia Hassenfeld and the 2wice Arts Foundation.

Exhibit design by Abbott Miller, Pentagram.

Thanks to our Media Partner

 

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