Mishkan LeOmanut

The Mishkan LeOmanut (House of Art), the art museum at Kibbutz Ein Harod, is the largest museum in the north in Israel. The museum's halls and sculpture courtyards house one of the most collections of art in the country.

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The Mishkan LeOmanut (House of Art), the art museum at Kibbutz Ein Harod, is the largest museum in the north in Israel. The museum's halls and sculpture courtyards house one of the most collections of art in the country.

The collection, which is on permanent exhibition, displays the work of Jewish artists. It includes Jewish liturgical work and works from the nineteenth century till the present day: in painting, sculpture, graphic art and photography.

In addition it holds special exhibitions regularly, undertakes educational projects, and engages in art research.

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