Posts By: Robbie Schweiger

Dates: September 16-18, 2019 In close cooperation with the Jewish Museum & Tolerance Center (JMTC), AEJM organises a curatorial study visit to Moscow. The programme includes behind-the-scenes visits to both our member institutions JMTC and the Museum of Jewish History in Russia, as well as museum visits to relevant institutions and collections of Russian-Jewish art like the Bakhrushin Museum, the New Tretyakov Gallery,  and the GULAG History Museum. The full programme will be available for download later this summer. The study visit is open for museum conservators, curators,… | Read more »

Vivian B. Mann z”l

Vivian B. Mann, Professor Emerita for Jewish Art History and Visual Culture at The Jewish Theological Seminary and former Morris and Eva Feld Chair of Judaica at The Jewish Museum New York passed away this Monday in New York. Vivian was one of the most profiled experts in the history of Jewish art. As a curator at The Jewish Museum her knowledge and her interest made her an influential protagonist of pioneering exhibitions, among them Gardens and Ghettos: The Art… | Read more »

2nd International Workshop on Jewish Heritage, 2019 ‘Museums and their Communities’ Jewish Museum London, Monday and Tuesday, 24-25 June 2019 The 2nd International Workshop on Jewish Heritage organised by the Parkes Institute is following on from the 2016 workshop themed around ‘Jewish Heritage and Its Communities’. The workshop brought together academics, museum staff and grassroots activists from all over Europe. Excellent presentations covered a wide range of topics, from Judaica collecting in St Petersburg to audience expectations at the Galicia Jewish Museum in… | Read more »

The University of Amsterdam and the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe are now accepting applications to attend an intensive JEWISH HERITAGE SEMINAR for junior professionals and graduate students in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 12-20 June 2019 The intensive seminar will combine academic presentations, hands-on workshops, case studies, and site visits with top experts working in museums, archives, libraries, and research universities. The seminar will address the following topics: synagogue architecture, Judaica collections, Jewish books and manuscripts, archival material, cemeteries, documenting the Shoah, and will… | Read more »

The Mobility Programme supports museum professionals from AEJM member institutions who are travelling across Europe to attend AEJM professional development and networking programmes. The Mobility Programme provides travel support for (international) return travels and is designed to support AEJM member institutions with limited financial means. Please note that only AEJM member institutions can apply, not individual members or individual members of staff.In 2019 the following activities are part of the Mobility Programme: Museum Education Study Visit Sarajevo Curatorial Study Visit AEJM Annual Conference Ferrara… | Read more »