CAJM Conference November 1-3 in New York City

The Council of American Jewish Museums national conference on—Re/Imagining: The Future of Culturally Specific Museums — takes place in New York City this November 1-3, 2022.

Register here to save your place at this unprecedented convening of thought leaders designing the future of culturally specific and identity museums.

To view the free livestream broadcast on YouTube use the two links below. 

Tuesday, November 1 (from 11:30am):

Wednesday, November 2 (from 10am): 

The conference program explores how museums representing cultures and identities are called upon to address numerous pressing issues in American society – from missing narratives, to prejudice and injustice, to fighting acts of hate, defining identity, modeling inclusion, and creating new strategic directions for the future.


Set in museums across New York City, including the Museum of Jewish Heritage, the New-York Historical Society & future home of the American LGBTQ+ Museum, the Jewish Museum, and diverse field trip venues, this year’s conference features new insights, approaches, and voices from across different culturally specific museums.  We’ll explore what we have in common, how we work differently, and how new partnerships and allies can help us achieve shared goals.

This conference is in partnership with: