The Association of European Jewish Museums aims to promote cooperation and communication between Jewish museums in Europe and to assist members in meeting the challenges facing Jewish museums today. It encourages the exchange of information and ideas among European Jewish museums, provides training and learning opportunities and promotes mutual support and cooperation in a wide range of areas.
The AEJM offers its members annual Curatorial Education Programmes (CEP), the Museum Education Seminar (MES) educational workshops at the Annual Conferences. Also, members benefit from curatorial expertise provided by AEJM members.
Museum Education Seminar
The Museum Education Seminar (before: ETP) focuses on key issues in the field of museum education for Jewish museums. The seminar focuses both on theory and practice of museum education. The four-day programme consists of hands-on workshops, discussion sessions, lectures and presentations of best practice methods. It also serves as a discussion platform for common challenges and experiences by offering participants the possibility to present new projects, the latest developments, and innovative ideas for museum education.
Register now for the this year's Museum Education Seminar in Oslo, Norway. It will take place at the Oslo Jewish Museum from 12 until 15 October 2014. The programme is organized in close cooperation with hosting venue Oslo Jewish Museum, the Jewish Museum in Trondheim and the Center for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities (HL-senteret). See the preliminary programme for more information. The MES is kindly sponsored by The David Berg Foundation, NY.
Advisory Visits Grant Programme
The Advisory Visits Grant Programme (AVGP) is developed to assist AEJM members in need of expert advise and training. The Programme offers AEJM members both professional and financial support for expert advice and in house-training. The Advisory Visit Grant Programme is currently closed for new applications.
Download here the Programme Brochure.