Posts By: Ana Cahen-Eden

Emerging museum professionals in education roles gain the opportunity to learn from more experienced colleagues in recurring individualised meetings. NEMO are thrilled to offer One to One Mentoring exclusively to NEMO members thanks to a partnership with the Group for Education in Museums (GEM). The new capacity building activity for NEMO members in short: One to One Mentoring for emerging museum professionals in education roles 5 persons will receive mentoring from March – June 2022 and access: Individual support by experienced senior… | Read more »

Claims Conference Grant Deadlines April 1 at 11:59 pm ET. Grant period begins the following January. October 1 at 11:59 pm ET. Grant period begins the following July. The online submission form will become available 8-12 weeks before the application deadlines. Start completing the application as early as possible; the application is extensive, and the portal will close at the deadline. Categories eligible for funding include: Research Research and Publications Translation of existing research Education Education Programs Multi-day Educator Training Programs Other… | Read more »

MEST 2022: Educator’s Coffee Meeting

AEJM is launching the 2022 edition of the Museum Education Seminars and Training (MEST) on Monday 21 February. Join us for the Educator’s Coffee Meeting from 14:00-15:00 CET. Click here to register for the MEST launch. Learn about our upcoming activities and meet your international colleagues while enjoying an afternoon coffee or tea. After a word of welcome by the Norwegian and Polish project partners, MEST’s Creative Director Eva Koppen will present the calendar of online and IRL activities in 2022…. | Read more »

Dear all, You can now sign up for the one-day online alternative to the postponed AEJM Annual Conference of 2021. There will be no need to purchase a ticket for this event – the programme we offer is free of charge for AEJM members as well as for external guests wishing to join us. The Annual General Meeting for AEJM members will take a similar form as last year in the afternoon. Registration for the event is required and is open… | Read more »

Update from the Jewish Museum London

In March 2020, just as Covid-19 arrived in the UK, the Jewish Museum London announced its new Interim Director, Frances Jeens. The Museum quickly refocused its programme online, with an emphasis on its award-winning education offer, which Frances had led for the past seven years.  Throughout the Covid-19 lockdowns the Museum kept a focus on its core work with partner organisations to serve the needs of teachers, families, community groups and mental health charities. In July 2020 the Museum appointed… | Read more »