Jewish Museum London in Camden Town has received a grant of £49,833.00 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.
Jewish Museum London announces new mental health programme for schools linked to Holocaust Education
The Jewish Museum London is pleased to announce that a new programme to support young people with their mental health and wellbeing around grief and loss will be created in the memory of Solly Irving, a Holocaust Survivor who spoke to students at the museum for many years.
Jewish Museum London has been awarded £249,126.00 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today.
Nick Viner appointed as Chair of Jewish Museum London
Appointment comes as Museum’s digital programming reaches over 32,000 since lockdown
New funding from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation to enable the Museum to bring unseen objects out from the collection into a wide range of community spaces.
Jewish Museum London is one of fifteen museums that have been awarded a grant from a total of £367,000 from the Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund for projects that bring people closer to collections at a time when physical access to museums is restricted.
Although our Museum is currently closed to visitors, our staff continue to work remotely and provide an exciting programme of events and activities via our website, email newsletters, social media channels and community partners. Schools are invited to join our Virtual Classrooms.
Jewish Museum London announces its Interim Director, Frances Jeens, and plans to refocus its programme online, with an emphasis on its award-winning education offer. The Museum will work with partner organisations and develop its online learning programme to serve the needs of teachers, families, community groups and mental health charities.