Windows give kids a view on Israel

Windows are used as a motif throughout the exhibition to express the essence of the Israeli experience.

By MIRIAM SHAVIV
March 19, 2008 10:24
Windows give kids a view on Israel

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This week and next, the At Eyes' Level Center (an extension of Holon's Children's Museum) will present a new exhibition in honor of Israel's 60th anniversary. Windows are used as a motif throughout the exhibition to express the essence of the Israeli experience - what it means for an insider looking out, and an outsider peering in. Children participating in the event will follow an author and a detective, the heroes of a short play, to discover what is hiding behind the different windows spread throughout the area. In doing so, different aspects of Israeli life become apparent. At the end of the workshop, children are invited to create their own artistic work. Advance booking is recommended. Various tours in the center cater to children of different ages. Price also varies according to age. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 03-503-9139.


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