Jason Steinhauer

November 22, 8:30am - 10:00am EST. Hosted at Gibson Guitar Showroom

part of a series on Bravery

About the speaker

Jason Steinhauer is an award-winning museum curator, an oral historian, certified archivist and former consultant to museums, archives, and universities on exhibitions, collections management, and implementation of new systems and workflows. In 2009 he joined the Library of Congress Veterans History Project, which collects preserves and makes accessible the stories of America’s war veterans so that future generations may better understand the realities of war. After 2.5 years with the Project, in 2012 he became the Program Specialist at the Library’s John W. Kluge Center. He began his career at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in Manhattan as a member of the curatorial team bend the award winning exhibition Ours To Fight For: American Jews in the Second World War. The exhibit won the Grand Prize for Excellence in Exhibitions from the American Association (now Alliance) of Museums, telling the story of American Jewish soldiers in WWII using their own words, and centered on 12 original films that Jason researched and directed.

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