What is a portrait? Is there absolute definition of portraiture or a binding template of how to represent a person in an artwork?
The Ilana Goor Museum invites the public to enjoy a variety of new tours of the museum and its surrounding area. We welcome lovers of sculpture, photography, painting, design, and history for an enriching educational experience with our team of professional guides. Come enjoy a selection of tours offering unique perspectives of the eclectic collection. There are tours geared to all audiences, including a children’s discovery tour for young and old. Rediscover the charms of Jaffa and the treasures of contemporary arts at the Ilana Goor Museum today!
For guided tours in the museum there is an additional charge. The tours are tailored to the visitors requirements in both content and duration. For your guidance a standard tour lasts about an hour. The tours are led by a professional team of guides in the following languages: Hebrew, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian. Scheduled tours in additional languages can be given upon request from the Museum Department of Tours and Education.
Phone: 03-683-7676 ext.32
The image of the woman in art has historically reflected the male gaze, either of the artist or the viewer for which the work was intended. The woman was usually presented as a mother, a seducer, or a muse.
The tour will focus on the differences between the cultures, nations and faiths that coexist here in the museum’s collection. In the workshop that follows the tour we will create shoes modeled on our own feet in order to raise the question: what’s the difference between you and I?