Posts Categorized: AEJM Announcements

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

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 »

We kindly invite you to join our online meeting on the topic of provenance research which will be organized on Wednesday, 14 October, 3:00 – 4:30 PM CET by Christina Meri (Jewish Museum of Greece). This meeting is intended for museum curators and all interested parties. It will deal with the issue of provenance research and its ever-growing relevance for our museums: What do the evolving insights in reconstruction and the improving opportunities to do online research into provenance of… | Read more »

On Wednesday 23 September – 3 PM (CET) AEJM will present a ZOOM workshop on Online Programming, Education and Public Engagement by Łucja Koch and Małgorzata Zając of POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. This workshop is intended for people who run or intend to run an online cultural or educational program. At the time when our museums stayed closed, we were adopting a range of strategies: we were improving the visibility of our museum’s digital resources, holding… | Read more »

Dear all, In 2020, AEJM and Jewish Museum Munich launched the new Curatorial Education Program (CEP) for Jewish museum professionals. The CEP is a joint project of AEJM and the Jewish Museum Munich, financed by the German Federal Foreign Office. The first activity that was scheduled for April (seminar in Hamburg) and the second for September (study visit to Stockholm) had to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile we have received the news that the amendment of our original… | Read more »