Posts By: Ana Cahen-Eden

MEST: I ASK Training Programme

This spring and summer, MEST offers an extensive hybrid training course of the I ASK pedagogical method. I ASK is a practical, step-by-step method for guided tours and educational programmes in museums developed by the Jewish Cultural Quarter and TACT Advisors (NL). Its aim is to increase openness for new knowledge and ideas so that visitors leave your museum with enriched experiences and more nuanced thinking about the themes addressed. I ASK invites museums to clearly articulate the impact they… | Read more »

We Can Help

We received the following call for help from Jakub Nowakowski, director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków, Poland.    What is the role of the Jewish museum in a contemporary world, in a digital age, in a COVID-19 age, post COVID-19? We all know these questions. We all have been posting them and/or trying to find answers. Let me ask another one. What is the role of the Jewish Museum during a humanitarian crisis? During a bloody war in a… | Read more »

Get to know I ASK, a practical, step-by-step method for guided tours and educational programmes in museums developed by the Jewish Cultural Quarter and TACT Advisors. This method aims at opening minds: increasing openness for new knowledge, experiences and ideas so that visitors leave your museum with enriched experiences and more nuanced thinking about the themes addressed. I ASK invites museums to clearly articulate the impact they desire to have on their audiences and gives museum professionals tools to achieve… | Read more »

Date: 28-31 March 2022 Organised by: Bet Tfila Research Unit in Braunschweig Click here to view the programme. You can join the Congress through the following Webex links: The Webex in English interface is available here. The Webex in German interface is available here. For all questions please contact Dipl.-Ing. Mirko Przystawik, ja5@bet-tfila.org

Date: June 19-21 Location: Jewish Museum Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main AEJM’s upcoming Annual Conference, June 19-21, will take place in Frankfurt (DE) and will be hosted by Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt. The programme comprises lectures, roundtable conversations, professional sessions, and network opportunities to the backdrop of Frankfurt am Main. Visit the conference page to view the preliminary programme. Click here to buy your ticket and to register for the conference. Jewish Museum Frankfurt © Norbert Miguletz