Advanced Curatorial Education Programme

The professional training and development of curatorial staff plays a key role within the AEJM's mission to assist members in meeting the challenges of today. The AEJM therefore plans to offer an annual Curatorial Education Programme, to be held in different European Jewish Museums in cooperation with relevant academic institutions. The training courses will focus on vital aspects of curatorial work: the identification and documentation of Judaica, the development of conservation, research tools and skills, interpretation and educational aspects of Judaica.

The educational programme has been designed to meet the particular needs of curatorial staff. Participation is free of charge to staff members from European Jewish Museums. However, each museum must cover its own travel and accommodation expenses. Grants though, are offered to Museums that have limited financial means to send their curatorial staff. Since participation is limited and we would like to offer as many instututions as possible, each museum will be allowed to send one curator. Requests to send additional curators from the same museum will be put on a waiting list, in case vacancies become available.


The Advanced Curatorial Educaiton Programme is a joint project of the AEJM and the Jewish Museum Berling and is kindly supported by the German Federal Foreign Office.



A-CEP Budapest 2015

The next Advanced Curatorial Education Programme will be organized by the AEJM and programme director Dr Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek in close cooperation with the Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives and will take place from 30 August until 3 September 2015. More information will be available soon.

Registration is currently closed.


A-CEP London 2015

The first edition of the A-CEP 2015 took place from 15 until 19 February at the Jewish Museum London. 

See the programme for more information.


A-CEP Berlin 2014

The A-CEP 2014 took place from 14 September until 18 September at the Jewish Museum Berlin. The programme consisted of different hands-on and theoretical workshops, presentations by both tutors and participants and discussion sessions on topics such as collection strategies, identification and interpretation of ritual and secular objects, provenance research and printed images. Workshops were tutored by Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek, Inka Bertz (JMB), Michal Friedlander (JMB), Aubrey Pomerance (JMB) and others. The group also visited the Cenrum Judaicum and the Jewish Cemetery Weissensee. 

See the programme for more information.