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Jewish Museum Berlin appoints Hetty Berg as new directorfeatured

By AEJM / Robbie Schweiger on

Our warmest congratulations to Dutch curator and museum manager Hetty Berg, who has been appointed the new Director of the Jewish Museum Berlin. Berg, currently the chief curator and museum manager of the Jewish Cultural Quarter in Amsterdam, will take up the post on April 1, 2020. “With Hetty Berg, we have gained an internationally experienced museum expert,” Berlin Museum Chairman of the Board, State Minister of Culture Monika Grütters, said in a news release issued by the museum. “[…] As chief curator of the Jewish Cultural Quarter in Amsterdam she has successfully demonstrated her leadership in complex organizations. Her appointment will give new impulses to the Jewish Museum Berlin, both inside and out.” Jewish Museum in Berlin.

  1. New members 2020: Jewish Museum Lisbon & The Jewish Museum of Rhodes

    By AEJM / Robbie Schweiger on

    After a unanimous vote in favour at the General Meeting in Ferrara, we are happy to welcome two new members to our network: The… | Read more »

  2. CAJM Conference 2020   

    By AEJM / Robbie Schweiger on

    The Council of American Jewish Museums (CAJM) is excited to open registration for its next national annual conference, Museums 2020: Essential Conversations, taking place… | Read more »

  3. Evelyn Friedlander z”l

    By AEJM / Eva Koppen on

    AEJM is very sad to report the news of Evelyn Friedlander, chair of the Czech Memorial Scrolls Trust and Director of its Museum until… | Read more »

Warp and Weft - Women as Custodians of Jewish Heritage in Italy

On display at U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art
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In this exhibition, the role of the Italian Jewish woman is explored in all its shades and textures, represented in the unique and precious textile collection of the Umberto Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art. The exhibition acquaints us with the names of a number of Italian Jewish women who sought to leave a lasting mark of their devotion, love, and labor, and whose voice found its best expression through fabrics and textiles.

  • social history
  • decorative arts
  • textiles & clothing
  1. Say Shibboleth! On Visible and Unvisible Borders

    On display at Jewish Museum Munich
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    • community
    • photography
    • art
    • history
    • film/video
    • contemporary art
  2. Veiled Women of the Holy Land: New Trends in Modest Dress

    On display at The Israel Museum
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    • etnography
    • textiles & clothing
    • community
    • religion
    • photography
    • film/video
  3. Charlotte Salomon: Life? or Theatre?

    On display at Jewish Museum London
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    • holocaust
    • community
    • history
    • art
    • drawing & prints
    • heritage
    • cultural history
    • social history
    • contemporary art