Insights into the Jewish Museum Berlin Collection
The Curator Michal Friedlander Presents a Selection of Objects
The collection is the centerpiece of a museum, but only a fraction of these treasures can be exhibited. Every object has a story worth telling.
As a Friend of the museum, we offer you exclusive insights into the collection at regular intervals. This enables you to experience documents, works of art, pictures, and objects up close that make Jewish life in Germany tangible and preserve the memory of the people whose stories they tell.
We are very pleased that our curators are taking the time to present a selection of objects to us. This time Michal Friedlander, Deputy Head of the Collection and Curator for Judaica and Applied Art, will introduce us to some of the latest acquisitions.
Where, when, what?
Thursday, 8 June 2017, 6 pm
Free of charge
5.45 pm, Old Building, ground level, "Meeting Point" in the foyer
Please book by 5 June
Phone: +49 (0)30 25 993 04 36
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