Galilee International Management Institute (GIMI) and the Ein Harod Art Museum have designed a 8-day Study Tour ISRAELI AND JEWISH ART for academia, students of Art history or related subjects and museum employees.
The Tour takes place from 2-10 of August, 2010.
Join us and gain a deep insight into the history and current trends of Jewish and Israeli Art!
The tour is divided into 3 parts:
1. North of Israel and Galilee region (4 days): participants will be exposed to artists and galleries in the Galilee, which is an example of coexistence between the Jewish and Arab population (Kfar Veradim, Tamra). One day is dedicated to Haifa Museums and the tourís culmination will be the Museum of Art, Ein Harod, considered to be one of the earliest and prime examples in the world, of modernist museum architecture based on natural lighting.
2. Tel Aviv-Jaffa (2 days): participants will visit the Tel Aviv Art Museum, the Nahum Gutman Museum and many current Art Galleries where they will be meeting curators, gallery directors and artists.
3. Jerusalem (2 days): there will be visits to the new Museum on the Seam, the Israel Museum and The Jerusalem Artists House. The participants will be taken to the Yad Va'shem Holocaust museum with an emphasis on the Art sector in the institute.
The fee of 1,700 US$ (approximately 1400 Ä) covers:
Accommodation on double occupancy basis, including full board (for a single room there is a supplement of US$400), airport transfer, daily transport and entry fees, weekend excursion, course coordination and administration.
Should you have any question or need further information please do not hesitate to contact me at any time.
Kind regards & Shalom!
Galilee International Management Institute, Israel
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