Contemporary Jewish Museum
San Francisco

Contemporary Jewish Museum

With a focus on connecting, art, people, and ideas, the Contemporary Jewish Museum showcases new, ever-evolving exhibitions that offer insightful perspectives on Jewish culture, history, and art.
300
Seated capacity
250
Theater capacity
600
Reception capacity

Designed by renowned architect Daniel Liebeskind, the 63,000 square foot facility ingeniously builds on the foundation of a historic power station with a stainless steel structure that highlights the relationship between new and old.

Ideal for everything from private receptions, parties, and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs to corporate meetings, lectures, and even film screenings, the Contemporary Jewish Museum offers beautiful spaces for a wide variety of functions.

Its Grand Lobby is a beautiful 5,000 square foot space which can hold up to 300 for a seated catered dinner and 600 for a standing reception.

The Auditorium and Meeting Room is 3,300 square feet and can be used for a 250 person theater or a catered corporate meeting or conference event, seated dinner for 300 or a cocktail party for 350.

The Special Events Gallery is 2,200 square feet and has a dramatic jewel shaped 60’ ceiling with 36 skylights. This is a unique setting for either a seated dinner for 150 or a reception for 200 people.

The museum is conveniently located one block from Moscone Center, making it an ideal spot for post-conference events.

The Contemporary Jewish Museum requires kosher style catering which prohibits the serving of any pork products and shellfish. 

Global Gourmet Catering provides delicious kosher style menus to meet this requirement and is proud to be a preferred SF catering company for this amazing venue!

What We Love About This Venue
This historic building is not only conveniently located near Yerba Buena and Moscone Center, but presents itself with such grace and beauty. The galleries offer a plethora of amazing exhibits of Jewish culture, a great bonus for event guests.

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