Public Programmes

The Palestinian Museum’s Public Engagement programme seeks to foster continuous interaction and dialogue with the general public across different age groups, inclinations and interests. It also aims to create an interactive space for self-expression and direct engagement with the cultural scene. In the interest of these goals, the programme develops and organises events and activities that are grounded in the Museum’s exhibitions and projects. These include workshops, interactive tours, concerts, open days, artisanal markets, talks and discussions with artists and collectors. These and other activities aim primarily to offer knowledge and learning through an unconventional museum experience.
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Education Programmes
Yasmine & Laila Qaddumi Education Unit

The Museum offers a specialised educational programme geared towards school and university students, and families. This includes art workshops, interactive tours and family days. The programme is designed to utilise interactive education to spur creativity, critical thinking and self-expression. In collaboration with the Ministry of Education, the Museum welcomes students from 100 schools annually, providing them and their teachers with educational and recreational resources designed to complement the learning experience.
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Knowledge and Research Programmes

The Museum develops and hosts a variety of local and international events and activities that accompany its exhibitions and projects and contribute to knowledge production and dissemination. They include conferences, symposia, discussions, workshops, and open calls for research papers related to Palestinian culture. These programmes are designed for the general public as well as researchers and academics, with the aim of developing civic engagement and reflexion.
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