Tinkering at Home with the Palestinian Museum

Deadline date

Would you like to take part in an initiative that imbues children and grown-ups alike with creative spirit and positive energy amid these extraordinary circumstances?

The Palestinian Museum is seeking contributions by artists and artisans, with the aim of holding online workshops to impart meaningful cultural dimensions to the recreational activities that families share at home. Fostering Interactivity within cultural ventures is among the chief values that the Museum’s Education Programme aspires to meet. Accordingly, the workshops aim to add new perspective to our interaction with physical space, time, and virtual space, while focussing on the importance of learning new skills.

Proposals must include:
- Main concept of the workshop
- Required timeframe
- Required materials for the workshop, and steps of implementation.
- The main learning objectives, and steps of implementation.
- Required Fees

- Originality and relevance to the aspirations and concerns of Palestinian society.
- Viability of the workshop’s completion from home, in terms of space requirements and availability of materials, in addition to creative employment of household objects.

Deadline: 21 April 2020, email proposals to activities@palmuseum.org