Two new Board Members will be elected at the General Meeting of the AEJM in November 2018 in Budapest. This year, AEJM Board members Joanne Rosenthal and Bernhard Purin will step down from the Board. Candidates who wish to stand for a position can contact AEJM for further information. In order to provide members with information in advance of the AGM, the Board requests candidates to send their application by e-mail to email@example.com in advance, at the latest by 1 September, 2018…. | Read more »
Through the Advisory Visits Grant Programme (AVGP) the AEJM offers custom-made consultancy visits by museum experts to member institutions in need of expert advice and professional development. Applications are welcome in three categories: Collection Management, Permanent Displays and Museum Education. Read more information on the possibilities for consultancy in the field of curatorial practice and museum education practice here.
The next edition of the Advanced Curatorial Education Programme will take place in the Israel Museum in Jerusalem in October 7-11, 2018. For more information on the programme see the curatorial section. Registration is now closed. The Advanced Curatorial Education Programme is open for staff members from AEJM member institutions who work with Judaica or Jewish material culture. AEJM members may send one delegate each. If you are working for a museum that is not a member of the AEJM, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before… | Read more »
This spring (May 22-24), the AEJM initiates a study visit to Riga for its network of museum educators. The Riga study visit is open for museum educators working at Jewish museums in Europe. Register before April 15! Click here for more info
January 22-23 the AEJM will organize the 2nd edition of Jewish Museums Today: a 2-day study visit to Warsaw that will focus on communication and marketing of exhibitions with sensitive content, using the exhibition Blood: Uniting & Dividing at POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews as a case study. Various experts from POLIN will share and discuss their insights with the group. The programme will also include a visit to the new exhibition What We Were Unable to Shout Out to the World on… | Read more »