Night of museums 2012 in the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade
Like every previous year Jewish Historical Museum participated again in the international manifestation Night of museums 2012, in Belgrade. It was a „crazy“ night on the 19th of May, when our numerous visitors (about 2.500 – 3.000 people) had a chance to have a good time in our Museum, to have tour through the permanent exhibition and to see a very unusual exhibition of graphics by Radovan Hirsl especially made for the Night. The whole event was followed by joyfulness and music like Grapeli, rock n’ roll, jewish klezmer, ... with a good ritham.
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12 May 2011
Synagogue – Ceramic reliefs by Dušica Brguljan
It gives us great pleasure to invite you to attend the opening of the exibition "Synagogue" by the author Dušica Brguljan. The exhibition will be opened by Aleksandar Nećak, the president of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Serbia. Accompanying music programme Flute and guitar duets will be performed by Vera Mevorah and Jovana Tarana.
Monday, September 12 at 7 p.m.
Art Centre, 71 Kralja Petra Street
"The crimes of occupiers and their collaborators in Vojvodina against the Jews:
annihilation, deportation, torture, arresting, looting"
At Art Centre, on June 27th, the Jewish Historical Museum had a great pleasure to be a host at the promotion of a book "The crimes of occupiers and their collaborators in Vojvodina against the Jews: annihilation, deportation, torture, arresting, looting".
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12 May 2011
Jerusalem, Holy city … through a tourist’s eye
It gives us pleasure to invite you to attend the opening of the exhibition
"Jerusalem, Holy city … through a tourist’ eye".
The exhibition was organized by the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade.
At 7 p.m., Thursday 12th of May
ArtCentar, Kralja Petra Street 71
OUR MUSEUM IN THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF NOVI SAD
At the invitation of Mr. Goran Levi, the president of the Jewish community in Novi Sad, our Museum
has presented the monograph and the documentary „Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade“.
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THE INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY
At the ArtCentre in Belgrade, on January 27th, as a part of the state program to mark the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Mr. Nenad Antonijevic, historian and curator of the Museum of Genocide Victims, presented a lecture on "The Holocaust in Kosovo and Metohija".
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THE PROMOTION OF THE DOCUMENTARY AND THE MONOGRAPH
“JEWISH HISTORICAL MUSEUM IN BELGRADE”
The promotion of the documentary and the monograph "Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade"
was held on January 19th in the premises of the ARTCentre.
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HOW THE BOOK SERIES “WE SURVIVED” EMERGED
Branka Džidić, Secretary to Editorial Board
In November 1999, an originally Belgrade family which now lives in Europe and South America, on the occasion of the 80th birthday of their father and husband, made a substantial financial donation to the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade. This donation was intended to be used for a useful project.
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Roma Museum of Belgrade solemnly handed in the acknowledgement to our Museum
Museum of Roma Culture, Belgrade, handed in to the Jewish Historical Museum the golden acknowledgement for friendship at great festivity organized on 17th November 2010, in the popular Belgrade theatre Atelje 212.
"THE DAYS OF JEWISH CULTURE" AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM IN PANČEVO
With the exhibition of the Jewish Historical Museum "Federation of the Jewish Communities 1919 -2009 ... From the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians to Republic of Serbia" on October 7th started the manifestation "The Days of Jewish Culture" at the National Museum in town of Pančevo. Mr Aleksandar Nećak, the president of the Federation of the Jewish Communities of Serbia, in the presence of the city authorities and the numerous guests, opened the exhibiton. For all those who were interested, the comprehensive programme offered various aspects of Jewish culture and tradition. Rabbi Issac Asiel held two lectures, "The Ten Commandments" and "In what Jews beleive?". Filip David, the well-known writer, was speaking on the theme "Kabbalah in the literature". The Sephardic music was performed by Stefan Sablić. Along with the exhibition by the Federation, an exhibition was also opened under the title: "Famous writers of Jewish origin" by the Jewish Community of Pančevo.
THE EXHIBITION AND THE LECTURE IN THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF NOVI SAD
In The Jewish Community of Novi Sad, Miss Barbara Panić, the curator of The Jewish Historical Museum, on October 11th opened the exhibition “Haggadah”. The author also held a lecture with video presentation on this theme. The event took place at the invitation of JC in Novi Sad.
EUROPEAN HERITAGE DAYS
The Jewish Historical Museum, as in previous years, participated in the manifestation "European Heritage Days" with the main goal to present a legacy of a common heritage of European peoples, the diversity of cultures, traditions and customs. Ms Vojislava Radovanović, the director of the Jewish Museum and the senior curator of ethnology-anthropology gave a lecture on "Jewish mourning customs". The programme was followed up on the documentary titled "The Jewish Cemeteries in Belgrade" by the authors Jovan Raković, Menta Mentović and Zoran Pantelić.
BANAT THROUGH THE AGES
In September, within the publishing activities of Vukova zadužbina (Vuk Foundation), a very precious publication came out of press titled: "Banat through the ages – Cultural layers of Banat", including the article "Jews in Banat" by Ms Vojislava Radovanović, the Director of JHM.
THE EUROPEAN DAY OF JEWISH CULTURE
In Jewish Historical Museum on September 5th, within the manifestation "The European Day of Jewish Culture", it was organized the professional tour through the permanent exhibition led by Ms Vojislava Radovanović, the curator and director of Museum.
THE EXHIBITION OF THE JEWISH HISTORICAL MUSEUM IN ZRENJANIN
At the National Museum in Zrenjanin, on the occasion of the European Day of Jewish Culture, the following exhibitions were displayed: "Federation of the Jewish Communities 1919 -2009 ... From the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians to Republic of Serbia" by the Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade, "Tradition" and "Our books" by the Jewish Community of Subotica. Mr Božidar Vorgić, the director of the National Museum in Zrenjanin, Ms Vojislava Radovanović, the director of the Jewsih Historical Museum and Mrs Ljiljana Popov, the president of the Jewish Community of Zrenjanin, opened the manifestation.
CITY OF BELGRADE PRIZE
The Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade, proudly announces that one of the recipients of this year’s Prize of the City of Belgrade for 2009 is Dr. Miroslav Demajo in the field of Natural Sciences and Technology. Dr. Demajo is a member of the Belgrade Jewish Community and assistant to the Editorial Board for the book series “We Survived”.
In collaboration with the “Vinca” scientific team, Dr. Demajo published the scientific article under the title: “Quantification of Transforming Growth Factor Beta 1 Levels in Metastatic Axillary Lymph Node Tissue Extracts from Breast Cancer Patients: A New Specimen Source”, published in the prestigious International journal:„Analytical and Quantitative Cytology and Histology“, 31 (5) (2009) 288-295.
The referees for the prize stated that this work is an original scientific paper dealing with the identification of markers for the prognosis of the invasiveness and metastatic state of breast cancer.
The exibition of the Jewish Historical museum
The exibition "Federation of the Jewish communities 1919-1920 – From the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians to Republic of Serbia" was opened on 27th January 2010, in the Cultural center Stari Grad. Mrs. Vojislava Radovanović, the author and the director of the Museum, stressed that “the goal of the exhibition is to present the history of the Federation of the Jewish communities from 1919 to 2009 with photographs, supported with the scanned newspaper articles and selected archive materials”. At the very beginning of the event, the guests were welcomed by Mrs. Ljubica Beljanski – Ristić, the director of the Cultural Center and, on behalf of the Federation of the Jewish Communities of Serbia, by Mr. Aleksandar Nećak.
Mr. Svetozar Čiplić, Minister for Human and minority rights of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, opened the exhibition that lasted until 17th February.