ARTS & CULTURE
TEL AVIV MUSEUM OF ART
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is Israel’s largest art museum, with a large collection of permanent exhibits as well as temporary exhibits. The Museum opened in 1932, before even the state of Israel was established, and a new wing opened in 2011. The museum shows the works of both Israeli and international artists including impressionism and post-impressionism. Permanently on display include the works of Cezanne, Chagall, Dali, Monet, Henri Moore, Auguste Rodin, Archipenko, Picasso, Klimt, Kadinsky.
THE STEINHARDTS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
The museum presents Israel’s national treasures of nature, selected from a scientific collection of five and a half million items. In its exhibitions you will see thousands of items gathered through the years, in rare exhibits and displays that tell the story of the natural world around us.
WHITE CITY CENTER
The White City Center operates at the Liebling Haus on 29 Idelson Street, one of a series of historic buildings erected around Bialik Square, in the area that was once the beating heart of Tel Aviv. Built by Tony and Max Liebling in 1936, it was designed by architect Dov Karmi and engineer Tzvi Barak with distinctive characteristics of the international style; entirely different from the decorated home of poet Haim Nachman Bialik, located around the corner.
ISRAELI FOLK DANCE
Israeli folk dancing is a form of dance performed to songs in Hebrew, or to other songs which have been popular in Israel since its founding days, with dances choreographed for specific songs. Join a session on the beach where you can watch the dancers, and interview the onlookers or participants.
ART AND DESIGN TOUR
Explore Tel Aviv's art and design scene on this tour that gives insight into the intersection of local and international art. Learn about how the collaborations between artists work to create fine art and design products as we visit several studios within the Gan HaHashmal neighborhood.
TEL AVIV BATSHEVA DANCE COMPANY
The Batsheva Dance Company is a renowned dance company based in Tel Aviv. It was founded by Martha Graham and Baroness Batsheva de Rothschild in 1964, and since then has been embraced as one of the foremost contemporary dance companies in the world. Observe a dance rehearsal and meet with one of the company's choreographers for an interview opportunity.
BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE CAMERI THEATER
Theater is an all-encompassing and captivating world. Apart from what we see on the stage, a world also exists behind the scenes. This tour will take us into the inner workings of the Cameri Theater – the halls, the costumes, the props and all the secrets associated with stage design.
BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE HABIMA THEATER
You're invited to take a fascinating tour behind the scenes at Israel's national theater – where for over an hour you'll be shown the hidden passageways, dressing rooms and areas that are not on center stage. The tour offers a unique glimpse of all those things that the audience is typically unable to see.
KIRYAT HAMELACHA'S UNIQUE ART SCENE
Kiryat HaMelacha is a developing part of the city that is home to an impressive array of galleries, spaces that have turned into art studios, and creators. Works by the best street artists decorate its streets and alleyways, in addition to the paintings and works glued on rusted doors. Some of the works of art incorporate poetry that communicates with the life in Kiryat HaMelacha and the people who work there.
INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE OPERA HOUSE
This guided experience enables participants to become closely acquainted with the world of opera from behind the scenes. It includes the costume stock room, workshops, lobby, and hall – and for the finale, a meeting with an opera singer.