On Monday, Managing Partner Jonathan Alger will lead a workshop, "Design Strategies for Museums Large and Small," at the Council of American Jewish Museums 2016 annual gathering in New York City.
The conference this year "presents a variety of conversations with innovative thinkers—scholars, designers, rabbis, journalists, artists, philanthropists, filmmakers, and more—across professions." The goal is to "unpack the very nature of storytelling as we imagine the emerging narratives of new generations, as well as new versions of the American-Jewish experience."
If you are at CAJM, stop by and say hello. And if you are attending Tuesday's CAJM events, it will be easy to be part of the opening day of "Stolen Heart", the firm's new exhibit at the Leo Baeck Institute, in the Center for Jewish History.