Herzl: Up Close and Personal

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Herzl: Up Close and Personal

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The exhibit, produced by World Zionist Organization, celebrates the visionary of the Jewish state. Through photographs, illustrations, graphics, text and the accompanying program activities, participants learn about Herzl’s life, explore what a Jewish national home as imagined by Herzl might have looked like, examine how contemporary realities measure up to his century old blueprint, and ponder its relevance today. The exhibit consists of:

o   6 stations of interlocking panels comprised of stimulating visuals and texts

o   A handbook for educators containing program suggestions and supporting materials. 

o   An engaging, interactive visitor guide.

Technical Requirements: The exhibit comes in 2 large boxes measuring 42”(L) x 27”(W) x 8.5”(D), with 28 interlocking panels for 6 stations.

The exhibition is modular and can be set up in areas as 250 square feet or the length of approximately 50 feet.

Not all stations have to be displayed or be in the same room.

Grades: For middle school through adult

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Grades: Middle School - Adult

Themes & Values: Zionism, history, independence, myth and reality, identity

The exhibit comes in 2 large boxes measuring 42”(L) x 27”(W) x 8.5”(D), with 28 interlocking panels for 6 stations.

The exhibition is modular and can be set up in areas as 250 square feet or the length of approximately 50 feet.

Not all stations have to be displayed or be in the same room.

These materials are available to borrow through our Jewish Community Library.  Materials may be borrowed free of charge, for one month.  To reserve and/or check out materials, please contact library@jewishlearningworks.org, or Rose Katz at 415.567.3327 x706.

Please note: Borrowers will be financially responsible for materials that are lost or damaged.