The Jerusalem Museum for Islamic ArtApprox. 3 hours
Celebrating the opening of the exhibition Hamsa Hamsa Hamsa at the Museum for Islamic Art, we invite you to a night of spells, superstitions, folklore, and amulets. Throughout the night, graduates of the School of Visual Theatre will present five original performances that respond to the exhibits. The night will end with the Alaev Family – a multigenerational ensemble of traditional music from Buchara – with a special guest performance by Liraz Charhi, transporting us to the heart of Tajik customs and folklore.