|Address:||Museum of Art, Ein Harod 18965 Israel|
Each year thousands of students participate in the Museum's educational program. The Museum program has two goals: the first is designed to guide students towards a deeper and richer interpretation of the visual arts; The second is designed to explore Jewish culture. Our students living throughout the Northern region, the surrounding areas of Bet Shean, Afula, the kibbutzim, moshavim and villages come from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds.
Our art programs facilitate exploration of the visual arts by exposing students to our temporary and permanent exhibitions. All our school programming, led by our museum educators, challenge the students to engage in a learning process that encourages critical inquiry, object based education and visual literacy. We work to instill a sense of excitement about art and to build a lasting relationship between the museum and our neighboring communities.
We offer several programs geared for junior and high school students to explore their Jewish identity. Exposing the students to our Judaica objects sets the stage for a stimulating dialogue between our rich past and a renewal of Jewish culture today. By connecting young people to their past and to Israel’s present we hope their commitment to Judaism and Israel is revitalized.