This April, AEJM organizes two MEST sessions on Online School Programmes: Primary Schools on 6 April (in collaboration with POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews) and Secondary Schools on 20 April (in collaboration with Jewish Museum London). Register now for the first event! Best Practice from POLIN Get to know best practice in online programming for Primary Schools together with Education Specialist Katarzyna Niewczas and Deputy Marketing Manager Malgorzata Zając from POLIN Museum of… | Read more »
Please join us for a special virtual program in memory of Vivian B. Mann Tuesday, April 13, 2021 12 Noon EDT Vivian B. Mann, Judaica curator at the Jewish Museum in New York and founder of the graduate program in Jewish Art and Visual Culture at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, made innumerable contributions to the field. Building on her legacy, two eminent scholars will each speak about a ceremonial object from the vantage point of their different disciplines, and… | Read more »
Online NEMO Training Course on visitor experience Join an engaging and thought-provoking series of two-hour virtual classes that will provide the ideas, frameworks and tools to develop visitor experiences that are appealing, engaging, relevant and memorable, facilitated by Lisa Baxter of the Experience Business. Dates and times Thursday 18 March (10:00-12:00 CET) Wednesday 24 March (15:00-17:00 CET) Wednesday 31 March (10:00-12:00 CET) Apply until Thursday 10 March 2021 by sending the following to firstname.lastname@example.org: CV 1 paragraph motivating your participation and your expectations Proof… | Read more »
We would like to share this annual review, which includes highlights from the Foundation’s first five years of operation, and the Foundation’s achievements in 2020. Click here for the full review!
Click here to view the flyer The past ten years have seen attacks on Jewish institutions in various European cities, and Jews have been verbally, symbolically and physically attacked with violence. At the same time, in many places, Jews have been increasingly vocal in demanding an accepted role in their home societies. Against this backdrop, the Jewish Museum Frankfurt aims to examine Jewish life in Europe. The symposium reflects on the paradoxical developments characteristic of the European Jewish diaspora. On… | Read more »