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Sao Paulo for kids – June! The Jewish Museum has a storytelling and drama program for children

Parents looking for a program to do with their children in Sওo Paulo JuneOh Jewish Museum Sao Paulo offers great alternatives.

In addition to the standing and traveling exhibitions that go through the space, the museum also offers meetings for weekends, storytelling and theatrical performances!

To participate in the event you need to buy a museum ticket, which will be Children under R $ 10 to R $ 20 and under 5 do not pay. See the full schedule below!

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June Children’s Program

Story telling

Green Dress – 18th and 19th, Saturday and Sunday, at 11:30

The tradition and resistance of Sephardic Jews is told from the perspective of a girl who fled the Inquisition with her family, left the Iberian Peninsula and crossed the sea in search of a new life where they could preserve their origins and culture.

The activity is free for all visitors. On Saturday, the session has a translation in Libras.

The girl who got on the train – on the 25th, Saturday, at 11:30 am

In early 1939, Jacob and Rose took their daughters to the train station in Berlin. It was a cold night, and there were many more families on the platform. The children used their name cards. A little girl carried a doll – a kitten with brown fur and blue button eyes, which was considered her favorite toy.

About 200 children boarded the train, the youngest believing they were going on an adventure. “The Girl Who Got On the Train”, by Daniela Chindler and Juliana Portenoy.

The activity is free for all visitors. The session has a translation in Libras.

A very dull house – on the 26th, Sunday, at 11:30 am

The story of a poor man who lived in a small hut with his wife, six children and mother-in-law. Because they all crowded together, the noise was overwhelming and it made the poor man unhappy. Until he decided to ask the rabbi for advice. In the last two years, with the epidemic, we live in intensive home space and have had tremendous experiences.

A story that shows how imagination can present current problems. The participant in the stories has the ability to take himself to another world and to live in the fictional, experience that helps him to be stronger for his daily life. “Very compact house”, folklore of the Jewish tradition.

The activity is free for all visitors.

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Living book

Indigenous Villages, Sound and World – 18th and 19th, Saturday and Sunday, at 16:00

Yano, Ëjcre, Üne, Oo. Four words in different languages. Four words meaning home. Long live the indigenous people of this country! “The Village, the Words and the Indigenous World”, by Valeria Macedo, with images of Mariana Masarani.

The activity is free for all visitors. On Saturday, the session has a translation in Libras.

“Bloomcar Diary” and “Great Women Who Changed the World – An Frank” – Saturday, the 25th at 4 p.m.

Bloomka, the author of this diary, lives in a large house with Dr. Kirkjak, Mrs. Stefa, and 200 Jewish orphans. Bloomka writes about everyone in her diary, and when her words run out, she draws. Until the day the war started … and the diary was interrupted. But his story is recorded forever.

The Great Women Who Change the World is not just a book for girls, it is a perfect introduction to the universe of these amazing heroines, who followed their talents and dreams and helped shape the world we live in; As well as being a powerful tool for parents and educators, it shows young readers how to be the main characters in their own stories.

The activity is free for all visitors. The session has a translation in Libras.

The girl who got on the train – Sunday the 26th, at 4 p.m.

In early 1939, Jacob and Rose took their daughters to the train station in Berlin. It was a cold night, and there were many more families on the platform. The children used their name cards. A little girl carried a doll – a kitten with brown fur and blue button eyes, which was considered her favorite toy.

About 200 children boarded the train, the youngest believing they were going on an adventure. “The Girl Who Got On the Train”, by Daniela Chindler and Juliana Portenoy. The activity is free for all visitors.

Theater

Theater Visit – 18th and 25th, Saturday, 2 p.m.

Periodic costume actors are the masterminds of the tour that now houses the Jewish Museum and was once a synagogue. Visitors to the museum are taken in the first half of the 20th century and learn about the trajectory of immigrants who came to Sao Paulo by ship and created a new life here.

Useful activity for people over 8 years old, including translation into Cotton.

Shadow Theater “The City of Whispers” – 21 and 23, Tuesday and Thursday, 3 p.m.

A brown leather suitcase, like bringing immigrants, became a shadow theater to tell a story of what happened in Europe.

About eighty years ago, when Jews were being persecuted, the inhabitants of a small town decided to hide men, women and children from Nazi soldiers. It was dangerous, but the residents of this town knew that these families had the only chance to escape safely.

This story has characters like mother, father, child, unemployed, farmer, soldier, in a small village environment, a basement and a boat.

Presentation is free for all ages.

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Exhibition

The Jewish Museum has three exhibits that can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday!

Jewish life

The first long-term exhibit presents Jewish life, customs, and rituals through which Judaism connects to holiness, limits time, studies its text, celebrates its values, chooses its common food, and experiences together at every stage of life. .

Therefore, it addresses the daily events of Jewish life, not only from a religious point of view, but also as a cultural event.

The Jews of Brazil – braided story

The purpose of this exhibition is to weave a complex narrative of the plurality of the Jewish presence in Brazil from various immigrant streams over a period of more than 500 years.

The show analyzes diversity as a result of the different poles of implantation of the Jewish community in Brazil, and how the customs that guide Jewish life behave in their intergenerational dynamics, whether from personal or collective experience.

The exhibition further shows how the Brazilian Jewish community has numerous intersections and intersections in contemporary times, even though they have different cultural and geographical metrics.

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Botannica Tirannica, by Giselle Beiguelman

Botanica Tiranica offers an investigation into the colonial myths involved in the naming process of nature, with the so-called “harmful” species taking offensive and superstitious names.

From photographic prints, videos, watercolors and an audiovisual essay, artist Gisele Beiguelman creates hybrid animals in a post-natural garden.

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