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Dear members of AEJM, If you have missed the presentation on Fundraising by Emile Schrijver on June 30, you can watch the recording here. After summer we’ll continue the online meetings on the following dates and topics, we kindly ask you to mark them in your calendar as announcements of these meetings will be posted in due course: 23 September – 3 PM Online programming, Education, public engagement – Lucja Koch (POLIN) 14 October – 3 PM Curatorial (Provenance) –… | Read more »
Jewish Heritage Network (JHN) is a global network of Jewish heritage institutions and a platform of digital services for them to expose collections online and reach various audiences. JHN is an accredited partner of Europeana and a recipient of multiple European Commission grants under the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) / Europeana program. JHN is convening a consortium behind the project proposal Across Jewish Quarters to be submitted to the open CEF/Europeana Call (submission on 25 June). The project will bring together Jewish museums, technology companies… | Read more »
On May 8 AEJM organised its first online Round Table discussion on the coronacrisis. Please find the recording of the Round Table here. With 80 spectators watching this online discussion, AEJM feels there is a need for connecting its members virtually and is planning to organise more thematic online meetings and discussions throughout the year. We will inform you through our website and newsletter. Image: Marco Caselli Nirmal
The Jewish Museum in Oświęcim offers virtual museum experiences to visitors from every corner of the world, despite closure of the facilities caused by COVID-19. The highlights from the core exhibition “Oshpitzin. The Story of Jewish Oświęcim” are presented as virtual display an the Google Arts & Culture platform, the world’s largest digital collection of exhibits. Vivid photographs, compelling personal documents, and curatorial insights tell the 400-year history of Oświęcim’s (Yiddish: Oshpitzin) Jewish community destroyed and overshadowed by the tragedy… | Read more »