Hi very dear readers,
There are many events below, some into June. If you are most interested in the joke,please scroll down.
The Wits Israel Chapter and World Mizrachi, Telfed are proud to present an evening with Natalie Knight.
Wits alumna, Founder of the Natalie Knight Gallery, Hyde Park, Johannesburg, Most Influential Women in Business and Government Awards 2014 (in the Arts and Culture Sector), active member of Mizrachi Shul, Glenhazel, Johannesburg.
There will be a power point presentation on the topic:
The artistic fruits of the long walk to freedom.
Knight examines how Mandela’s legacy is portrayed by the artists, questioning how much of the euphoria of 1994 remains, and what artistic fruit the achievements of Madiba have borne.
Monday 23 May at 8:00pm
World Mizrachi Center – Beit Meir, 54 King George Street, Jerusalem
There will be NO entry charge
Event is sponsored by Stephan Welz & Company Ltd
Free Museum Day – May 26/Lag Ba’Omer
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Lag Ba’Omer, May 26, 2016, is International Museum Day in Israel, and there are over 60 museums around Israel open to the public for free!
Many museums on this list are usually quite pricey for a family to visit, but I will warn you now – get there early or risk having the doors closed due to overcrowding!
*I have tried to list phone numbers and opening hours as accurately as possible. However, I cannot take responsibility for any errors, so please call the museums you plan to visit to verify this information before you go.
I have tried, wherever possible, to link to websites in English. There were some museums/historical sites that only had Hebrew websites, though. My apologies in advance.
The list below represents many hours of work translating and researching, and I request that if you want to share this information, you link to this blog post. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Here’s the list (the full list in Hebrew is available here)
The Kupferman Collection, Lochamei HaGeta’ot, open 10am- 3pm 054-4993851
Ein-Dor Museum of Archaeology, Kibbutz Ein-Dor, open 9am -3pm 04-6770333
The National Maritime Museum. open 10am – 4pm 04-8536622
The Open Museum in Tefen open 10am – 3pm 04-9109609
Memorial Museum of Hungarian Speaking Jewry, Tsfat, open 9am -2pm 04-6925881
The Netanya City Historical Museum, 09-8840020 open 10am – 4pm
Massuah Institute for Holocaust Studies, Kibbutz Tel Yitzchak 09-7497200 open 8am – 3pm
Nahum Gutman Museum of Art, Tel Aviv 03-5161970 open 10am – 4pm
The Petach Tikvah Museum of Art 03-9286300 open 4pm – 8pm
The Rishon L’Tzion Museum 03-9598862, 03-9598890 open 9am – 2pm
The Ramla Museum, Ramla 08-9292650 open 9am – 4pm
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv 03-6077020 open 4pm – 9pm
The Museum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem 02-5661291/2 open 10am – 8:30pm
The Underground Prisoners Museum in Jerusalem 02-6233166 ‘ open 9am – 5pm
The Bible Lands Museum, Jerusalem 02-5611066 open 9:30am – 5:30pm
The Nature Museum, Jerusalem 02-5631116 open 9am – 2pm
Hechal Shlomo, Jerusalem 02-5889010 open 9am – 3pm
Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem 02-6544888 open 10am – 6pm
The Old Yishuv Court Museum, 02-6276319, 052-4002478 open 10am – 5pm
The Israel Museum 02-6708811 open 10am – 5pm
Tower of David Museum 02-6265333 open 9am – 4pm
The Open Museum, Omer 08-9908120/1 open 9am – 4pm
The Museum of Philistine Culture 08-6224799 open 9am – 4pm
The Negev Museum of Art, Beer Sheva 08-6993531 open 10am – 4pm
The Museum of Islamic and Near Eastern Culture 08-6993535 open 10am – 4pm
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Friday, June 3rd, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm