March 19, 2017 11:00am-05:00pm
Honolulu Museum of Art
While the Honolulu Jewish Film Festival 2017 is in full swing, the museum celebrates Jewish culture.
Note: Activities end at 3pm.
Hamsa hands: Kids will decorate clay hamsa hands. The hand-shaped ornaments are a protective sign and are said to bring the owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
Give a little: Kids will cut different colored pieces of paper and decorate the outside of cardboard boxes. Taking inspiration from the Hebrew word “tzedakah,” which means charitable giving, kids can use the boxes as a way to collect money or good wishes that will go to a good cause.
Hebrew lesson: Kids can learn to write their names and other words in Hebrew.
Lending Collection preview: Kids will get a chance to view and touch items from HoMA’s lending collection.
Sing and dance: Enjoy live musical performances and Israeli folk dancing from 11am to 3pm.
Storytelling: Hear Rabbi Daniel Lev tell Jewish stories from 1:30pm to 2pm.
Take a tour: Meet with a docent for a gallery tour. Times TBA.
FAMILY FILM SUNDAY
Directed by Jonathan Geva. Israel. 2015. 90 min. Hebrew with English subtitles.
11:10am + 1pm • Free
DOUBLE THE FUN
Take a shuttle bus to the museum’s free Family Day at Spalding House in Makiki Heights for more art and fun.
Open to kids age 1 to 17, the contest station features drawing supplies where participants create a drawing based on a theme.
The winner receives a Supporting Membership to the Honolulu Museum of Art ($100 value), and his or her artwork is used to create the following month’s event brochure and is posted on the museum's website.
Congratulations to this month's winner: Phoebe Chung, age 7, of Honolulu!