Advisory Visits Grant Programme
The Advisory Visits Grant Programme (AVGP) offers support to member museums in need of consultancy. By this means, AEJM is able to provide member institutions with expert advice or in-house training through organising visits by museum experts to our grantees. Please note that grantees will not receive actual money, but an arranged consultancy visit by a skilled museum expert. Applications must be in line with all eligibility criteria.
The AEJM welcomes applications until September 1, 2019.
Who is eligible?
Applicants must be AEJM member institutions
What is eligible?
AEJM considers museum education as one of the key aspects of the work of Jewish museums in the enhancement of the appreciation, knowledge, and understanding of Jewish culture, heritage, and history by the wider public.
Applications relating to the development of educational policies or programmes, as well as the development of displays for special target groups, such as children departments or special exhibitions for younger visitors, will be considered by AEJM.
What we don’t fund
– The purchase of supplies and equipment
– Site visits by staff members of the applying institution
How to apply
Download and complete the AVGP application form. Applications should be submitted as a word doc and by email before September 1, 2019.
For all questions about the Advisory Visits Grant Programme and the eligibility of your institution or application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How we assess the application
After the AEJM has received your application, the AEJM Board will evaluate the application. As part of the assessment process, the AEJM will consult experts familiar with the applicant and references listed by the applicant.
Applications will be assessed according to their contribution to the long-term sustainability of the applying institution and its holdings.
After the assessment the applicant will be informed about the outcome, within two months after the application deadline.
Chernivtsi Museum of the History and Culture of Bukovinian Jews (UA)
Jewish Museum of Belgium, Brussels (BE)
Auschwitz Jewish Center, Oswiecim (PL)
National Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah, Ferrara (IT)
500 Yil. Vakfi – Museum of Turkish Jews, Istanbul (TR)
Jewish Cultural Quarter (NL)
Oslo Jewish Museum (NO)
Hungarian Jewish Museum & Archives, Budapest (HU)
Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum, Vilnius (LT)