Visit us at the following networks and portals
The Jewish Museum Berlin is delighted about the interest in German-Jewish history and would like to encourage all visitors to share their thoughts and experiences on this theme.
What is Facebook?
Facebook is a social network that invites its users to communicate directly with one another. Brief texts, photos, and videos can be published and shared with other Facebook users.
Why does the Jewish Museum Berlin have a Facebook page?
The Jewish Museum Berlin has a Facebook page in order to communicate with visitors, colleagues and anyone else who is interested. Most of the information about us on Facebook can also be found on our website. If you are on Facebook and would like to let us know how you liked an event, an exhibition, or a project, please do pay us a visit: www.facebook.com/jmberlin
What is YouTube?
YouTube is an online platform that enables its users to watch or share videos.
Which videos does the Jewish Museum Berlin show on YouTube?
The Jewish Museum Berlin has its own YouTube channel. Most of the videos available there can also be found on our website. They provide insight into the work of the Museum and into various aspects of German-Jewish history.
What is Flickr?
Flickr is an online platform that enables its users to look at and share photos and discuss photo themes.
At the Flickr group "Jewish Museum Berlin," photos of the museum's architecture and exhibitions can be viewed or shared with others: www.flickr.com/groups/jmberlin
What is issuu.com?
Issuu.com is an online platform where magazines, newspapers, brochures, books and other print products can be viewed and in some cases downloaded. Visitors can evaluate and comment on issues, save them as bookmarks, subscribe or share them with other users.
What does the Jewish Museum Berlin publish on issuu.com?
The Jewish Museum Berlin publishes the bilingual and six-monthly magazine "JMB Journal" on issuu.com. It serves as a platform to discuss aspects of modern life, such as the dialogue between religions and cultures, questions regarding migration, integration and globalization as well as Jewish culture today. The JMB Journal is inter-religious and broader than purely academic. This magazine appeals to all who are interested in Jewish life, who want to be informed and who enjoy discussions on society and culture.
Visit us at the following portals:
Basic information about the Jewish Museum Berlin and current special exhibitions can be found on the following websites:
Information on the profiles and activities of nearly all Berlin’s museums are provided here. The portal is maintained by "Kulturprojekte GmbH Berlin": www.museumsportal-berlin.de
This portal informs about the major exhibitions in Europe’s biggest museums. It is maintained by the Institute for Museum Research for the State Museums of Berlin and supported by NEMO (Network of European Museum Organizations).