A B See Do - sold out until September
24 August 2011
Designer: Elia Shapiro
Illustrations: Eitay Riechert
Curators: Tamar Hadar, Efrat Adiv, Smadar Keren
Exhibition Director: Smadar Keren
Exhibition Consultant: Rubik Rosenthal
Procuder: Breeze Creative (Sagi Yechezkel, Ben Genislaw, Reut Shahar, Guy Sagiv)
Tipography: Danny Meirav
Limor Livnat, Avinoam Armoni, Irina Nevzlin Kogan
Irina Nevzlin Kogan, Yael Arad
Avinoam Armoni, playing with letters
The New Family Gallery, featuring the children’s exhibition “A-B-See Do”, is now open! The exhibition is displayed in a 570 square meter space on the first floor of the Abraham and Edita Spiegel Family Building. The exhibition brings to life the essence of the Hebrew Language and engages all audiences, especially families with young children. Using cutting edge contemporary museum media to create a multi-sensory experiential exhibition aimed at ages 2-10 along with their parents and other adult relatives and friends.
The exhibition will transmit the idea that language is the foundation for learning and will focus on the rebirth of the Hebrew language and the distinctiveness of Hebrew. The exhibition will also emphasize a respect for history, place value on reinvention, pay tribute to the society where the language was developed, and highlight the vast strength that a language has in communicating heritage and tradition.
“This is a new direction for Beit Hatfutsot,” says Chief Curator Hagai Segev. “The goal is to make Beit Hatfutsot a bustling site of contemporary discourse about Jewish and Israeli identity and culture. Our guiding principle is to simultaneously represent the diversity, pluralism and openness of Jewish culture, along with the processes that have led to the current situation from previous generations.”
Concept by Tamar Hadar and Efrat Adiv, Children's Museum of Tel Aviv CMOTA
Exhibition tickets are sold out until the end of August. Please make reservations HERE, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note: due to construction works, the exhibition will be closed on September 13, 14 and 15.
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