Jewish Museum London is delighted to announce that it has been crowned winner of a Museum Association award in the category of 'Museums Changes Lives' for the major exhibition, 'Jews, Money, Myth'.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for a Museums Association Museum’s Change Lives Award for our major exhibition, Jews, Money, Myth.
My four month part-time Curatorial Internship at the Jewish Museum encompassed a wide range of activities including (but not restricted to) research, collections care and exhibition preparation.
From November 2018 to March 2019, artist Tom Berry came into the Jewish Museum as our artist-in-residence for the 'Remembering the Kindertransport: 80 Years On' exhibition. Tom created a portrait based on his encounter with Bea Green, her son Paul Green, and the current refugee crisis. Bea was one of the Kinder featured in the exhibition.
The portrait has now been added to the Jewish Museum's collection. Read Tom's blog post below to learn about his meeting with Bea and the story behind the portrait: