Diversity & Identity , History , Media Arts , Religious Education , VCE Art Creative Practice , VCE Art Making and Exhibiting , Visual Arts
Join in the conversation. Marc Chagall was a pioneer of his time, creating a unique style all his own. View and discuss the works and world evoked by Chagall exploring life, family, place and faith in the Jewish Museum's flagship exhibition. Then unpack a contemporary interpretation and response to Chagall’s story, themes and practice produced by award-winning creative practitioner Yvette Coppersmith. See what joy, love and colour inspires in you, creating your own floating daydream to take home.
Bring to life the works and life of Marc Chagall in this educator lead program in the Jewish Museum's flagship exhibition CHAGALL. Unpack the inspiration behind the works and pioneering style mastered by the artist. Become immersed in the colour, narratives and whimsy through the interactive floor talk and exhibition design.
Uncover the impact and relevance of food in the Jewish faith and culture. Jewish ceremonial and cultural foods have transcended countless expulsions, migrations, and cultural impacts. Engage with an open heart, mind and, of course, stomach!
Discover the ‘push and pull’ factors that influenced waves of Jewish migration to Australia through stories and histories captured in the Jewish Museum of Australia’s collection.
Identify Jewish perspectives, traditions, and Jewish life in Melbourne through engaging with the museum collection and educator guides.
Share in the Passover story, learn about the values of freedom, memory, and the role of the exodus in the history of the Jewish people.