May 17, 2012 | 11:50 am
Posted by Ruth Ellen Gruber
Jewish museums and other cultural institutions in a number of European countries will be open from dusk on Saturday until the wee hours Sunday as part of the annual European Night of the Museums. The Night of the Museums was founded in 2005, and more than 4,000 institutions in 40 countries took part last year, offering free entrance and special programs for visitors.
This year, Jewish museums and other cultural institutions in Spain, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Slovakia, England, Poland, France, and elsewhere are opening their doors as part of the event. There will be concerts, performances and special exhibits and programs as well as free visits to the museums and institutions themselves.
You can find information for some of the events on the Calendar of the web site www.jewish-heritage-europe.eu
4.22.13 at 2:23 am | The opening session of an international. . .
4.16.13 at 3:16 am | Museum of the History of Polish Jews finally (and. . .
4.16.13 at 3:00 am | Hadassah Magazine publishes my long piece on. . .
2.13.13 at 6:10 am | A long interview with longtime Jewish travel. . .
2.10.13 at 10:34 am | New restaurant, cafe and other offerings liven up. . .
1.18.13 at 2:08 pm | Announcing publication of my essay in Studies in. . .
8.28.12 at 1:51 am | More on the evocative and varied candlesticks. . . (5)
4.16.12 at 6:45 am | Rachel Raj, the daughter of a rabbi, provides her. . . (4)
4.22.13 at 2:23 am | The opening session of an international. . . (3)
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