Exterior view of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Old Building and Libeskind Building - Photo: Yves Sucksdorff

AEJM Annual Conference 2023 Berlin

AEJM’s upcoming Annual Conference will take place in Berlin and is being hosted by the Jewish Museum Berlin. This year’s conference will again consist of a composition of plenary sessions, workshops, excursions, and the Idea Fair already held at the previous Annual Conference. Also, there will be many possibilities for networking and time to meet your colleagues from other museums and institutions.

On the first day of the conference, a live stream will give all colleagues and interested individuals a chance to get a glimpse of the exciting program. The link will be publishes on our website and social media.

All further information, regarding general information on the venue and registration for workshops and excursions, will be sent to participants before the conference.

Date & Location
June 4 to 6, 2023

Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9-14
10969 Berlin

New Synagogue Berlin – Centrum Judaicum Foundation
Oranienburgerstraße 28-30
10117 Berlin

Registration & Ticket
Ticket sale ended on May 25, 2023

Livestream Day I

Conference Program


The Program of the Annual Conference can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.




About the Jewish Museum Berlin 

The Jewish Museum Berlin’s exhibitions, events, and diverse program address a broad audience from Germany and around the world. Our collections grow continually, thanks also to many donors from Germany and abroad.
A special focus is educational work – the extensive education program, the research opportunities in the library and archive, and the program of events are aimed at children, young people, and adults. In addition to guided tours and workshops, there are lectures and conferences, concerts and readings, and an annual cultural summer program. Our digital programs are also very diverse, including the museum’s website, the JMB app, various online features on Jewish topics, online publications, online collections, and a media library.
The W. Michael Blumenthal Academy’s programs provide a platform for discussion and reflection on the diverse issues raised by the work of a museum on German-Jewish history and culture. It is also a place for encounters and cooperation, where not only Jewish perspectives but also those of other religious and ethnic minorities have their place.
The museum is located in the heart of Berlin, in the Kreuzberg district not far from Checkpoint Charlie and the former Berlin Wall. The famous museum building by Daniel Libeskind has long since become a Berlin landmark. It is part of the Jewish Museum Berlin architectural ensemble, which further includes an old building from the Baroque period, the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy, and the ANOHA Children’s World.


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Program of the AEJM Annual Conference 2023

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