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Over the years, ISJM and its members have been involved in many important conferences and seminars regarding Jewish art, architecture and monuments.  This section provides documents related to select conferences and seminars, including programs, abstracts and papers when available.

Management of Jewish Built Heritage, Krakow, Poland (April 2013)

Care, Conservation and Management and Use of Historic Jewish Properties, Bratislava, Slovakia (March 2009)

First Congress of Jewish Art in Poland: Jewish Artists and Central-Eastern Europe, 19th Century to WWII., Kazimierz Dolny, Poland. (October 2008)

Jewish Architecture in Europe, organized by Technical University Braunschweig, Germany (October 2007)

The Future of Jewish Heritage in Europe, organized by the Yad Hanadiv et al, Prague (April 2004)

International Conference on Jewish Heritage, organized by the French Ministry of Culture, Paris (January 1999)

Future of Jewish Monuments, New York, organized by the World Monuments Fund, (November 1990)



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USA: Middletown, Pennsylvania's B'nai Jacob is Small, but Still a Treasure (and tied to Pušalotas, Lithuania)

Discussion of the historic B'nai Jacob synagogue (1906) in Middletown, Pennsylvania and its relation to the extant former synagogue in Pušalotas, Lithuania. B'nai Jacob's congregation is rainsing money for repairs to the front exterior steps.

USA: Beachwood Ohio's Fairmount Temple is a Monument of Mid-20th-Century Jewish Design

Discussion of the mid-century modern Fairmount Temple in Beachwood, Ohio, designed by ntoed architect Percival Goodman.

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