The European Days of Jewish Culture: Symbol of the awakening of Jewish culture in Europe.
Already in its 19th edition, this year's European Days of Jewish Culture will be celebrated throughout Europe from 2th September.+ Read more
Visiting the Jewish gentry. A visit to a National Trust property is a good day out in the summer holidays. Many have Jewish stories, which have often been elusive. + Read more
NLI Resources: Short stories on video. The National Library of Israel has done a fantastic job this year publishing different types of materials and contents for the elaboration of your Storytelling proposals. The latest materials are the Storyetlling videos. In this link you can download the different videos produced by the National Library of Israel: https://we.tl/3GCnbJaBX5
Next week, the National Library of Israel will publish the videos equally on its website: http://www.europe.nli.org.il/, where they will also be available.
Join the EDJC 2018 Social Media Campaing!
Let's make EDJC 2018 go viral!
On Sunday September 2th, EDJC participants are invited to participate in the first #BattleOfStorytelling: this exceptional event will take place on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram the days before and after of the European Days of Jewish Culture event. From Sunday September 2th to Friday November 2th, the Twitter, Facebook and Instagram account @jewisheritage will invite you to share original contents connected to the EDJC events. How to participate?
Share your event pictures on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtags:
Programme Manager Europea at National Library of Israel. Caron Sethill is part of the Task Force Group for the European Day of Jewish Culture.
Next EDJC events
European Days of Jewish Culture & Heritage 2018: United Kingdom. We are very pleased to have a total of 45 synagogues, organisations and walking tours taking part in our heritage activities this year, many holding more than one event. We are thrilled that the National Trust will be taking part for the first time this year, opening up seven of their properties with a Jewish connection for talks and open days Access to the full United Kingdom program
Meeting between Antonio Manuel das Neves Nobre Pita, the vice president of The Portuguese Network of Jewish Quarters, and The Mayor of Girona, Marta Madrenas. Yesterday, July 16th, Marta Madrenas, the Mayor of Girona, received the visit of Antonio Manuel das Neves Nobre Pita, the vice president of The Portuguese Network of Jewish Quarters, at Girona City Council.+ Read more
FILLING THE VOID. A new life for an alsace synagogue. This summer, a dilapidated synagogue in north-eastern France is the site for a striking art installation. Daniel Newman uncovers the story behind the building and the plans for its future + Access to the full-text article
NLI Resources:scripts for translation. On the website of the European Days of the Jewish Culture, the scripts are at your disposal so that you can translate them into the language you think is convenient. In the office of the AEPJ, if we receive the translated script, we can add them as subtitles to the videos.+ Read more
Video Introduction: A Compelling 30 Second Self Introduction. A promotional video to share on social media and make it viral! Go viral! We’d like to get to know your EDJC events better, and think that a short video would be a good way to do this. How to do it?
Please start your video with: “Hi/Hello/Hola (however you’d like to say hi!), my name is INSERT
FULL NAME. I live in INSERT CITY, (STATE), COUNTRY.” Now, tell us something about your EDJC event.
We’re not looking for anything fancy in your video; we encourage you to simply record a video
selfie with your webcam or phone. Your video should be no more than 1 minute in total length. Don't forget to tag the hashtag: #EDJC2018 #EDJC2018Storytelling #BattleOfStorytelling
On this occasion, we have the great pleasure of interviewing Caron Sethill, Programme Manager Europea at National Library of Israel. Caron Sethill is part of the Task Force Group for the European Day of Jewish Culture. For two years, NLI and AEPJ have been working together with the objective of developing contents for the participating cities of this project, which this year will revolve around Storytelling. In this way, Caron has been evaluate the work done to this day and to think of different ways to make a greater impact with the European Day of Jewish Culture... + Read more