The Association of Jewish Culture helps to bring together those organizations that work to provide Jewish cultural events and various activities for the British public. Around the world Jews have excelled in arts, as producers, directors, creators, interpreters, and audiences. The contribution to the culture in the arts in all the countries is widely acknowledged.
Association members recognize that the Jewish culture is vibrant and growing. And that growing interest in cultural production on various Jewish themes is an approach for a professional network for sharing expertise. In the developing culture the members and organizations of the Association of Jewish Culture present to the British public with talks, concerts, events, lectures, exhibitions, seminars, courses and theatrical events. Members meet on a regular basis; the association thus appoints representatives and various spokespersons to work on parties or sub committees. The mission of the association of Jewish Culture is to encourage more recognition and appreciation of the Jewish culture among people of various ages and backgrounds. As well as the public bodies, media, funders and educators. The Association will provide a framework for organizations and sector professionals to
- Meet and exchange their ideas and information
- Promote cooperation with its members
- Plan out collaborative projects
- Formulate strategies for Jewish culture
- Raise funds for the Jewish Culture
The Association of Jewish Culture was established in London, United Kingdom in December of 2001. They attempt to bring together organizations that work to provide the Jewish culture events and various activities for the British public as part of Britain’s cultural diversity.