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Family weekend | Overview
A shared design experience for all the family in one ticket that includes admission to exhibitions and a variety of activities and workshops for children.
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Kids & Family
Purim 2017 | Superhero in glasses
The Museum invites you to participate in a Purim activity that includes a Design Detectives tour of the Overview exhibition, and a design workshop, in which each participant will become a new superhero for a moment.
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Kids & Family
Family Saturday at the Museum
A shared design experience for all the family in one ticket that includes admission to exhibitions and a variety of activities and workshops for children.
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Kids & Family
Family Weekend at the Museum
A shared design experience for all the family in one ticket that includes admission to exhibitions and a variety of activities and workshops for children.
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Kids & Family
Hannukah at the Museum
Hybrid spinning-top workshop. A workshop for designing spinning tops with unconventional proportion, and made from surprising materials and connectors.
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Kids & Family
Weekend at the museum
A shared design experience for all the family in one ticket that includes admission to exhibitions and a variety of activities and workshops for children.
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Magazine
One Kg Design | Graduates 2012
Maya Dvash
The projects in the Industrial Design at Shenkar College graduate exhibition, engaged in completely different subjects.
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Compasses, Fairies, and Weaving Grannies
Mor Laron
The Jewelry and Fashion Design Department at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, headed by Tamara Yovel Jones, held its graduate show at Hansen House in Jerusalem.
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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?
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