The Museum

Friends of the Museum on the Seam

The Museum on the Seam's friends' association set the goal of insuring the continuation and growth of the Museum. The social and civil importance that the changing exhibitions displayed in the museum carry, through the works of today's leading artists from around the globe, focus on our society's seam lines and diversity in the spirit of human rights in order to advance dialogue within.

The Museum on the Seam is the only social museum in Israel, and It was only recently that Mr. Reuven Rivlin, the president of the State of Israel, described the museum as a "Unique asset to the city of Jerusalem and Israel, promoting social issues through art at its best", to which author Amos Oz added: "I think this museum holds special importance, especially these days when hostility and miscommunication dominate. This is the reason that from this specific place in Jerusalem, I am honored to turn to anyone who is willing to lend a hand and help this important establishment."

The Friends' association was founded to support this important institute and allow its members a framework for an active and essential participation in the museum. Join us and become goodwill ambassadors to the message we are spreading.

Enlisted members can choose from the following options, and enjoy these benefits:

All contributions are tax deductible.

For further information: +972-2-6281278, or via email: museum@mots.org.il.

An annual contribution of 1,000 NIS and above will grant membership in the friends of the museum and the following benefits:

  • A yearly free entrance to the museum for 2 people.
  • Receiving invitations to all openings.
  • A yearly free entrance to all the events at the museum for 2 people.

An annual contribution of 5,000 NIS and above will grant membership in the friends of the museum and the following benefits:

  • A yearly free entrance to the museum for 2 people.
  • Receiving invitations to all openings.
  • A yearly free entrance for all the events at the museum for 2 people.
  • Personal Meetings with artists and curators and pre-opening tours of the exhibitions.
  • Provision of 2 private guided tours for contributors and their friends.
  • A selection of a printed historical poster from the personal collection of Raphie Etgar.

For other contributions:

Museum on the Seam
PO box 1649
Jerusalem , 91016

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