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Followers: 150 Years of Impressionism / Summer Course for Adults (in Hebrew)

Summer Course for Adults | A lecture in a lecture room

"I have spent my life trying to determine the extent of the influence of my father upon me" / film director, Jean Renoir, on his painter father, Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

This series of lectures will delve into the intergenerational contexts that exist within the revolutionary art movement of the late 19th century, and among the artists that came after it. The lectures will not only explore the technique and style of the Impressionist artists, but aim to reveal the family connections, as well as the profound influences on younger artists by their predecessors.

The content of the series following the exhibition To Catch a Fleeting Moment: 150 Years of Impressionism | Curators: Nathalie Andrijasevic, Hillary Reder.

16/7, 19:00-20:30: To Catch a Fleeting Moment: 150 Years of Impressionism | Nathalie Andrijasevic
23/7, 19:00-20:30:
Pissarro: Intergenerational connection | Michal Ben Ari
30/7, 19:00-20:30:
Renoir: From father to son, from painting to cinema | Benjamin Freidenberg
6/7, 19:00-20:30:
Followers | Noa Rosenberg

The listed price is for all four sessions in the course.
The number of participants is limited.
Registering for the course grants tickets to the Museum's exhibitions on the dates of the sessions.
The course takes place near a secure space.

Please note that every participant (including accompanying adults) requires a ticket.
Note: This course is in Hebrew only.

Sensory and nature-related activities are offered in collaboration with the A.R.M Association for Innovation and Pioneering in ENT