Light x Eight: Hanukkah 2010 at The Jewish Museum

Special Exhibitions and Programs Mark the Holiday

The Jewish Museum is presenting Light x Eight: Hanukkah 2010 at The Jewish Museum. This new annual celebration features exhibitions of Hanukkah-related works, eclectic music, family festivities, provocative talk and more.

Art Exhibition previously on at The Jewish Museum in New York, United States.
From Wednesday 01 December 2010 to Thursday 09 December 2010

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Highlights include a bold and dramatic installation of Hanukkah lamps designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind; Libeskind in conversation with The Jewish Museum’s director, Joan Rosenbaum, on December 2; The Klezmatics in concert December 7; and family programs on November 21 and December 5. The Jewish Museum will offer a special $8 admission for Hanukkah, from December 1 to 9. On Saturday, December 4, when Museum admission is free, visitors can receive a complimentary jelly doughnut while supplies last. A complete guide to Hanukkah at The Jewish Museum can be found on its website, http://www.TheJewishMuseum.org/Hanukkah2010. Visitors to the site can browse through the Museum’s online collection of 500 Hanukkah lamps, plan a visit, learn about Hanukkah from the educator resource and fun holiday family feature, shop for Hanukkah gifts, give a gift of a Jewish Museum membership, and more. The public can celebrate the holiday by signing up to receive eight daily Hanukkah e-mails at TheJewishMuseum.org/HanukkahEnews. Each e-mail will include an image of a beautiful work from the Museum’s collection, special offers and other unique features.