Posts By: Robbie Schweiger

The AEJM Annual Conference is a unique opportunity to showcase your projects to Jewish museums and museum professionals across Europe. During the Project Slam session in Budapest, recent and upcoming special projects will be presented in short and engaging talks. The session will take place on November 20 and the presentations will be a part of the AEJM Annual Conference’s official programme. Each presentation of the Project Slam lasts 10 minutes. The Project Slam will be followed by a Hungarian Coffee Table Talk where participants can discuss all presented projects… | Read more »

The AEJM Conference 2018 The Politicisation of Museums. European Jewish Museums: Consequences and Responses will take place in Budapest from Sunday 18 until Tuesday 20 November. Join us at the Hungarian Jewish Museum & Archives for 3 days of talks, discussion and exchange! The programme of the 24th edition of our Conference will explore the politicization of Jewish museums in Europe. How are our museums affected by the current political climate(s) in Europe and how does it influence our work as museum professionals? In… | Read more »

Through the Advisory Visits Grant Programme (AVGP) the AEJM offers custom-made consultancy visits by museum experts to member institutions in need of expert advice and professional development. Applications are welcome in three categories: Collection Management, Permanent Displays and Museum Education. Read more information on the possibilities for consultancy in the field of curatorial practice and museum education practice here.

The next edition of the Advanced Curatorial Education Programme will take place in the Israel Museum in Jerusalem in October 7-11, 2018. For more information on the programme see the curatorial section. Registration is now closed. The Advanced Curatorial Education Programme is open for staff members from AEJM member institutions who work with Judaica or Jewish material culture. AEJM members may send one delegate each. If you are working for a museum that is not a member of the AEJM, please contact aejm@aejm.org before… | Read more »