SponsorShare Your Journey And Be Part Of Jewish Museum's Exhibition
This is a sponsored article on behalf of Jewish Museum London.
All images and captions above taken from Jewish Museum's current Love exhibition.
Journeys — how many have you been on? Whether they’re emotional, geographical or spiritual, journeys have the power to stay with us, forming a part of who we are and influencing the paths we choose to take in the future.
If you have an object that represents any type of journey you have made, you can lend it to the Jewish Museum for display in their upcoming exhibition. Everyone is welcome to contribute to Journeys — the second in the Your Jewish Museum series. Jewish or not, members of the public are welcome to submit anything from photographs to keepsakes, fine art to battered souvenirs. If it reflects your personal journey, they want to know about it.
The Your Jewish Museum series, produced in collaboration with the Cultural Institute at King’s College London, is all about carving a new path in community-led curation and provides a new opportunity for the public to engage with small to medium-sized museums.
Currently on display at The Jewish Museum is the first exhibition in the series, on the theme of Love. A touching display of real emotional depth, here too people have donated their personal objects alongside intimate and moving testimonies of exactly what these objects mean to them. The photo gallery above takes you through some of these items.
If you want to be in with a chance of being part of the Journeys display, just email a photo of your object and a description of how it fits the theme of Journeys (100 words max) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 March 2015.
Journeys will be open to the public 26 May - 4 September 2015 at Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London, NW1 7NB. Love is currently on display until 19 April 2015. For more information and to book advance tickets, visit the Jewish Museum website.