AEJM and the Jewish Museum Munich are announcing the continuation of AEJM’s Curatorial Education Programme (CEP) for Jewish museum professionals working in curatorial professions. The CEP is a joint project of AEJM and the Jewish Museum Munich, which will kindly administer our new funding, granted by the German Federal Foreign Office.
Due to various considerations there will be practical changes and alterations to the previous format for curatorial training. The new CEP will offer two curatorial professional development activities per year: a 5-day seminar with hands-on workshops on Jewish material culture, lectures, and excursions (Mon-Fri afternoon) and a 2-day study visit focusing on curatorial practice (Mon-Tue). We also plan to share new insights and research results with all AEJM members by publishing them on AEJM’s website.
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CEP Seminar Hamburg (DE)
During the 5-day learning programme in Hamburg we will visit different institutions holding Judaica collections. The seminar will consist of hands-on workshops on Jewish material culture, lectures, discussions and excursions.
Registration for the Hamburg programme is now open via our website. Deadline: 14 February
CEP Study Visit Stockholm (SE)
The 2-day study visit will be hosted by the Jewish Museum Stockholm, which recently reopened with a new permanent exhibition at its new location in a former synagogue in the centre of Stockholm
The second CEP session will take place on 14 and 15 September 2020, in Stockholm, where the Jewish Museum re-opened in a former synagogue with a new permanent exhibition.
Photo Jewish Museum Stockholm: Jean Baptiste Béranger