22 to 25 November in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The Association of European Jewish Museums (AEJM) has announced its 2008 Annual Conference to be held 22-25 November in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The conference, which is the first and best opportunity for European Jewish museum professionals to gather to discuss issues and projects of mutual concern, is open to members of AEJM and invited guests.
This year's conference is hosted by the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam, which will present its completed program of expansion and redesign, including the restoration of the former Ashkenazi Great Synagogue and the re-installation of the exhibition within its space.
Other themes to be addressed at the conference workshops are:
- Collection Management issues: Database / Digitization.
- Education / Children’s Programs.
- Object identification: case-study Mediene (provincial Jewry) Project.
To learn more about the AEJM and AEJM membership go to their website. AEJM welcomes representatives of Jewish Museums and Judaica collections from throughout Europe. Representatives from other museums and related institutions are also welcome to participate on a limited basis. To find out more about the conference program and eligibility to attend and participate, contact Sara Tas at email@example.com.