The Ruth Youth Wing initiates, plans, and produces cultural programs and events for children, families, and adults. Produced in conjunction with the Museum's exhibitions, the programs are designed to broaden the horizons of the participants. All programs are in Hebrew unless otherwise indicated.
Activities for adults include lectures, cultural events series, gallery talks, encounters with artists and curators, special cultural evenings, Cultural Tuesdays, and the monthly Friday in the Museum program:
For details see Today in the Museum Telephone 670-8813, 670-8960
Fridays in the Museum A taste of art on Friday mornings through lectures, tours, and hands-on workshops led by experts, artists, and curators. For details in Hebrew
Summer Events: Summer dance, classical and other musical performances complete the picture. See Summer Events program>>>
Note: Daily programs and events for children, families, and adults are subject to change. Please check Today in the Museum for updates before visiting the Museum; and sign up to receive the Museum's Monthly Newsletter for more information about these and other programs.
New! Birthdays and Get-Togethers for Adults: Come celebrate in the renewed galleries, Art Garden, Archaeological Tell, or Model of Jerusalem in the Second Temple Period: whether you are celebrating a birthday, class reunion, Silver Anniversary, or another occasion, we will create an entertaining
program specially suited to your company.
All educational and cultural activities for the public taking place in the Museum are within the framework of THE SANDRA ROTMAN CULTURAL PROGRAM
Meet the Artist
offers a personal perspective of his varied artworks and discusses his works on display at the Museum. Exhibition curator Aya Miron will give a gallery talk in Life: A User's Manual at 7 pm
Tuesday September 6 8 pm; Youth Wing Auditorium; NIS 55 (including admission to the Museum); Members NIS 15; For reservations call; 670-8813
Food for All Seasons:
Special encounter in conjunction with the Four Seasons exhibition, with chef and researcher of food culture Shmuel (Shmil) Holland and exhibition curator Shlomit Steinberg, who discuss the connection between the seasons and the culinary traditions of previous generations.
Tuesday September 6 8 pm | In the exhibition | NIS 60 (includes admission to Museum) | Members NIS 25
For further details see Today in the Museum Telephone 670-8813, 670-8960