The Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków, Poland, prepared a small exhibition about Ukrainian war-refugees who arrived to Kraków. It could be presented both inside and outdoor. Please see attached document for more information. We would be delighted if any of the AEJM institutions would be interested in presenting this small exhibition at their locations, as a symbolic sign of support for Ukrainian people. Visit the travelling exhibition page for more information or contact Jakub Nowakowski at email@example.com.
Innovation begins within – Resilient museums in times of disruption Date: 9-11 October 2022 Location: Loulé, Portugal Click here to register Connect with European colleagues at NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2022. The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) is inviting the European and international museum community to reconnect in-person at the 2022 NEMO European Museum Conference: Innovation begins within – Resilient museums in times of disruption. Join the event from 9-11 October in Loulé, Portugal, to explore how museums can… | Read more »
Due to a date collision we have postponed the CEP 2022 to November 14th – 18th. New deadline for registration: August 15th. Confirmation of participation will be sent out by the end of August. Hopefully this change of date will not prevent anyone who has already registered from re-applying and attending; please register again so we can be certain who will be attending on the new dates in November. We thank you for your understanding. Visit the CEP 2022 page to… | Read more »
Join us for live discussions and Q&A’s The livestream can be accessed via the following links: Sunday 19 June, 14:00 CET – Livestream Day I Monday 20 June, 11:00 CET – Livestream Day II We are very excited for year’s annual conference at the Jewish Museum Frankfurt. This year, the Annual Conference has been conceptually divided into two main conference formats: The Plenary Sessions and Professional Sessions. All Plenary Sessions are aimed at a broader interested audience and will be livestreamed on… | Read more »
The AEJM MEST Seminar 2022 for museum educators will take place from 24 until 26 October in Oslo, Norway. The programme hosted by our colleagues from the Oslo Jewish Museum will focus on best practice in secondary schools programming. The seminar further zooms in on Generation Z (or Gen Z or “zoomers”) that nowadays constitutes our visitors from secondary school groups. Gen Z is born between 1997-2012 and is mostly known as digital natives, but also for their more flexible… | Read more »