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FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENTS AT THE EXHIBITION WAITING FOR A MIRACLE. AN HOMAGE TO MARC CHAGALL
.28.05.24-06.09.24
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FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENTS AT THE EXHIBITION WAITING FOR A MIRACLE. AN HOMAGE TO MARC CHAGALL

During our tours of the exhibition, children can show adults how to be more open-minded and spontaneous. A journey through a world filled with wonders will inspire animated conversations and interactions between children and adults.

Location: Детский центр
Age: 5+
During our tours of the exhibition, children can show adults how to be more open-minded and spontaneous. A journey through a world filled with wonders will inspire animated conversations and interactions between children and adults.

The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center presents a family-friendly exhibition based on Marc Chagall’s autobiographical novel My Life. During our tours of the exhibition, children can show adults how to be more open-minded and spontaneous. A journey through a world filled with wonders will inspire animated conversations and interactions between children and adults. The exhibition features works by Marc Chagall, Nathan Altman, and Grigory Inger. The three artists were all raised in various shtetls, with their childhood memories later reflected in their creative experiments as modernist painters.

PROGRAM:

Guided Tour of the Exhibition with Chagall's Flying Clock, ages 5+
This magical story spotlights some of the key episodes in Marc Chagall’s life, with characters he depicted in his paintings personally addressing the visitors. The journey is punctuated with signs and symbols that were of such importance to Chagall that he often incorporated them into his works.

Chagall: From Sketches to Stained Glass, A Guided Tour and Workshop, ages 8+
We will look for hidden symbols on the artist’s canvases, which he used to tell the story of his life in his native shtetl, and try to understand why the horses he painted are green and how come people can fly up in the sky. The stained glass that we will make will help us revisit Marc Chagall’s phantasmagoric universe.