ARGAMAN CULTURAL PROJECT

ARGAMAN CULTURAL PROJECT

February 11th - Meeting with Josef's Bau’s daughters - the development of Tel Aviv culture through a personal story

On February 11th we visited the Josef Bau Museum again – after 2 years since the last visit with some new items on the agenda. This time both Hadassah and Tslila Bau received us together - they shared with us the shortened story of their father's life before he moved to Israel, the ghetto and a wedding in a concentration camp, but this time we spent more time on his life in Israel. We watched the animated films of Yosef Bau and sorted his texts and posters. Together with Hadassah and Tslila we discussed his connection with the Hebrew language and how Hebrew is perceived by the new repatriate.

Liya G.

“Before Argaman I had not even heard of this museum! Though Josef and his family are the amazing people and they have an amazing story which says so much about Israel too!”

Sofia L.

“It’s a pity that we don’t appreciate enough those house museums, thanks for such an opportunity, otherwise it would be a pity not to get here” 

Yana

February 21th - "Architectural and cultural changes since the establishment of the State of Israel"

Our last meeting we devoted to the architecture of Tel Aviv after the formation of the State. Zeev Volk told us about the plan for the trade union quarters, why the Tel Aviv Museum is one of the best museum projects in the world, how perception of form has changed over time, from what angle you need to look at Rabin Square and where the most unusual garden of Tel Aviv is hidden.
After the meeting we discussed the past semester, recalled all the meetings that we had, their impact on the participants, and talked about what we would like to learn during the next semester.

Liya G.

“I can finally walk around Tel Aviv and understand it! As if I saw a complete drawing and not just different houses that do not fit each other!” 

Alexey G.

“When my mother visits, I will definitely lead her along the routes of our excursions. It’s great when excursions are not only about people, but also just about the city and how to look at it” 

Evgenia E.

February 11th - Meeting with Josef's Bau’s daughters - the development of Tel Aviv culture through a personal story

On February 11th we visited the Josef Bau Museum again – after 2 years since the last visit with some new items on the agenda. This time both Hadassah and Tslila Bau received us together - they shared with us the shortened story of their father's life before he moved to Israel, the ghetto and a wedding in a concentration camp, but this time we spent more time on his life in Israel. We watched the animated films of Yosef Bau and sorted his texts and posters. Together with Hadassah and Tslila we discussed his connection with the Hebrew language and how Hebrew is perceived by the new repatriate.

Liya G.

“Before Argaman I had not even heard of this museum! Though Josef and his family are the amazing people and they have an amazing story which says so much about Israel too!”

Sofia L.

“It’s a pity that we don’t appreciate enough those house museums, thanks for such an opportunity, otherwise it would be a pity not to get here”

Yana

February 21th - "Architectural and cultural changes since the establishment of the State of Israel"

Our last meeting we devoted to the architecture of Tel Aviv after the formation of the State. Zeev Volk told us about the plan for the trade union quarters, why the Tel Aviv Museum is one of the best museum projects in the world, how perception of form has changed over time, from what angle you need to look at Rabin Square and where the most unusual garden of Tel Aviv is hidden.
After the meeting we discussed the past semester, recalled all the meetings that we had, their impact on the participants, and talked about what we would like to learn during the next semester.

Liya G.

“I can finally walk around Tel Aviv and understand it! As if I saw a complete drawing and not just different houses that do not fit each other!”

Alexey G.

“When my mother visits, I will definitely lead her along the routes of our excursions. It’s great when excursions are not only about people, but also just about the city and how to look at it”

Evgenia E.




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