The good news: If you want to hit the museum shows today, you can find some open. The bad news: They’re all at the Klutznick. Long a refuge for art enthusiasts who care more about whether something’s Jewish than whether it’s any good, the Klutznick houses such ghastly things as Yossl Bergner’s 1965 Baron Rothschild Buying Land in Palestine, painted in a heavily symbolic, numerologically significant, and purportedly affecting style of big-eyed postwar religious figuration sure to be familiar to anyone who spends a lot of time at estate sales and junk shops. Actually, the museum’s collection of Jewish ceremonial art is fascinating, and there are much better works to be seen in “Contemporary Artists From the Former Soviet Union,” a grab-bag show that ranges from international faves Komar and Melamid and Ilya Kabakov to the execrable Michael Odnoralov. Of course, since it’s the museum’s Family Fun Day, which features a scavenger hunt, sing-along, and puppet show, there’s little need to look at the inevitable mistakes of a curatorial policy that rarely lets taste get in the way of dogma. Museum open 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; family activities from 12:30-3 p.m. at B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, 1640 Rhode Island Ave. NW. $6. For reservations call (202) 857-6572. (ED)