The next edition of the Advanced Curatorial Education Programme will take place in Budapest from 30 August until 3 September 2015. The Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives will host the seminar. The preliminary programme will be available soon. Staff members from AEJM member institutions working with Judaica or Jewish material culture are invited to register. AEJM Members may send on delegate each.
The AEJM Museum Education Seminar 2015 will take place from 11 October until 15 October in Vienna, Austria. The five-day programme offers various hands-on workshops, lectures, presentations and discussion sessions. The different Museum Focus sessions aim at creating a framework for mutual support by offering participants a platform to present new and innovative projects and to discuss specific challenges and case studies that they are dealing with in their daily work at their respective museums. The MES aims to enhance and… | Read more »
The Jewish Historical Museum will be presenting the exhibition Roman Vishniac (Re)discovered from 4 April to 24 August 2014. This extensive retrospective introduces never before seen work of Russian-American photographer Roman Vishniac (1897-1990), who is primarily known for his pre-war photographs of Eastern European Jews. The exhibition, originally mounted by the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York, includes recently discovered vintage prints, film footage, personal correspondence and prints made for the first time from a trove of more… | Read more »
The AEJM Annual Conference 2014 Approaches to Authenticity: the Virtual vs. the Material vs. the Recreated will take place from 15 until 18 November in Warsaw, Poland and is hosted by the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and co-organized by the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute. See the Conference Programme for more information. Registration is closed. Find accommodation offers here.
From 14 until 18 September the new Advanced Curatorial Education Programme will take place at the Jewish Museum Berlin. See the preliminary programme for more information. You can register for the seminar until 15 July.