Alice Anna Klaassen is working for the State Council of the non-governmental museums in Bavaria (Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen in Bayern). She consults Jewish Museums and visitor centers in Bavaria, Germnany, and her work encompasses developing and improving new strategies for permanent exhibitions and help communities to deal with their Jewish heritage. Furthermore she is responsible for the program of the Bavarian Museum Academy and conceives seminars, workshops and lectures for students and museum staff. Prior to joining the State Council, Alice Anna was teaching at two universities and worked as curator with national and international partners. She studied art history, philosophy and psychology in Freiburg im Breisgau and in Kiel, Germany, and wrote her doctoral thesis about Dutch Art in 17th Century.
At NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2019, Alice Anna Klaassen will facilitate the workshop Systems Thinking in Process – Sustainability in Progress together with Susanne Zils on Saturday 9 November.