Educational Programs at the Museum
A different kind of visit at the Museum, which combines a performance and guided tour of the exhibitions – the collaborative work of the Museum educational staff and actors from the world of theater. The performance takes place in the galleries facing the original works of art. Each activity lasts two hours. The performance is designed for two classes at once, and explanations are given to each class separately.
Gallery performances can be scheduled for morning or afternoon hours.
Recommended as an event for parents and children and as a unique theatrical experience for groups of employees seeking a venue for a day off spent together or for special events.
For more information and to schedule a program, contact the Secretariat of the Education Department
Brush, artist, and inquisitive seeker
An art expert, a knight, a painter, and a dancer reveal to a visitor the secret of the mystery, between the paintings of Monet and Degas, Yablonsky and Picasso. Two actors exchange roles inspired by paintings by Degas, Yablonsky, and others.
Actors: Hen Hagai, Uri Weill/ Ro’i Sasson.
The woman who lives in the picture
Where is a meeting between a society lady from early twentieth century Vienna and a princess from ancient Babylon most likely to take place? The Princess of Babylon, the colorful character painted by the Dutch painter Kees Van Dongen, enlists the public to help her in her search for a painting of her portrait which she stepped out of for just a moment … During the search, she meets Frederic Maria Beer, a model and Viennese society lady who is portrayed in a painting by Gustav Klimt. The dialogue that develops between the two characters sheds new light upon the paintings and the relations between painters and the images they paint and offers a glimpse into the world of art at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Actresses: Neta Moran, Sigal Farhi-Amir
What kind of dance is the minuet? How does a nobleman from Genoa court a duchess from England? A journey into the past through portraits from the seventeenth century that come to life through acting, music, and song and with audience participation.
Actress: Ruthi Meunster; Music: Boaz Peleg
For more information, and to schedule a program, contact the Secretariat of the Education Department