The Museum collection and the exhibitions held there house valuable resources that inspire a variety of educational programs for visitors, young and old.
The Museum’s Education Department is supported by its collections and operates in the following ways:
Guided tours: Programs that mediate between the viewers and translates the exhibits, with consideration for the specific type of visitor (children, adults) as well as the individual visitor.
Programs for schools: The Museum acts as a resource and guidance center for teachers in the different fields of art, and fulfills an important role in the Museum’s services to the community.
Appeal to an adult crowd: The Museum is a never-ending resource for the adult learner. “To learn” at the Museum means an ability to formulate new ideas and opinions, to stimulate the imagination, and to develop an aesthetic and cultural sensibility.
Workshop Series: The Workshop series operates at The Joseph & Rebecca Meyerhoff Art Education Center (Dubnov Campus) as a setting for informal education enrichment sponsored by the Museum. This sort of workshop operates in varied fields: painting and sculpture, print, photography, video, and computer art.
The unique feature of these workshops is in its wide range of programs: programs for pupils who excel in art alongside workshops for adults. An emphasis is placed on encouraging the participation of schoolchildren from economically deprived neighborhoods and offering them financial support.
The Museum Building, 27 Shaul Hamelech, Tel Aviv
The Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Art Education Center
Art Workshops of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art at the Dubnov Campus
8 Dubnov Street, Tel Aviv