Hidden Histories: Creating the New Jewish Museum
At The Jewish Museum
Thursday 5 July, 2.30-4pm
In 2010 the Jewish Museum completed a major transformation and this year it celebrates its 80th anniversary. This session will explore the journey to create the new museum and discuss the interpretation underlying its new displays, drawing together themes touched on in the lecture series.
Rickie Burman has been Museum Director of the Jewish Museum London since 1995 and was Project Director of the Museum’s redevelopment project. She is the outgoing President of the Association of European Jewish Museums and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Hidden Histories Series
Join some of the London Jewish Cultural Centre’s most popular lecturers to explore the Jewish Museum’s fascinating collections. A unique opportunity to hear experts explain artefacts in their historical context.
In Advance £12
On the day £15
All 4 sessions for £44
*Ticket price includes free Museum entry
Jewish Museum Raymond Burton House
129-131 Albert Street
London NW1 7NB
Booking can only be made via the Jewish Museum:
Box Office: 020 7284 7384 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Other lectures in the Hidden Histories series:
14 June: Judaism Alive - Its Signs And Symbols
21 June: Jewish Political Response to Socialism & Zionism
28 June: Would Our Grandparents Recognise the People We Are?