about | contact | press | support | magazine | newsletter | materials library | العربية | עברית  
Visit Exhibition Collections Calendar Education
Saturday at the museum
15 December 2012, 22 December 2012, 29 December 2012, 05 January 2013, 12 January 2013, 19 January 2013, 26 January 2013, 02 February 2013, 09 February 2013, 16 February 2013, 23 February 2013
Read More »
Maria Kong at Design Museum Holon
10 March 2012 , 11:30
The desire to connect with the many and diverse aspects of art, and for direct contact with the audience, led the Maria Kong Dancers Company and Holon Mediatheque to join forces. Maria Kong comes to the Museum every two weeks, selects an anchor point, and embarks on an experiential-artistic journey. Each visit is a whole world for dancers and visitors alike.
Read More »
Moving in Yamamoto
17 July 2012, 31 July 2012, 04 August 2012, 07 August 2012, 11 August 2012, 14 August 2012, 02 October 2012, 04 October 2012, 13 October 2012, 20 October 2012
Maria Kong dancers will arive to the Museum, select an anchor point, and become part of the exhibition. The dancers and visitors to the Yohji Yamamoto exhibition will embark on a joint experiential-artistic journey of movement.
Read More »
Objects as Literary Heroes
16 September 2011, 22 September 2011
A literary journey in New Olds with the museum's editor-in-chief Maya Dvash affords a look at the objects being showcased in the exhibition through stories, legends, myths, and symbols.
Read More »
Jewelry Design at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design
Shira Shoval
The Department of Jewelry Design's graduating class presented a variety of diverse design approaches and forms of expression that allow us to examine the world of jewelry design
Read More »
Must Be Happy | Milan 2012
Maya Dvash
In a recent interview for Australian Design Review, British design critic Alice Rawsthorn attempted to answer the question: "What is good design?"
Read More »
Wheels and mirrors: automata and robots as metaphysical machines
Patrick J. Gyger
What is it with the automata these days? Those relics of a technological era we left behind more than a hundred years ago, aren't they obsolete?
Read More »
Recent Issue...
All Issues...

Follow Us
NewsLetter Sign Up »
Facebook »
Twitter »
© copyright 2010 Design Museum Holon   |   newsletter   |   contact us   |   disclaimer   |   site by Cyberserve   |   design by wuwa™   |   photos: Yael Pincus