Two educational activities are designed for English-speaking groups. The mahJ's educational activities are aimed at all pupils, from nursery school to high school, as well as students and groups from the French Protection judiciaire de la jeunesse.
An invitation to explore the rich Jewish cultural heritage: from the seminal stories and biblical figures to the tales of Central and Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean, not to mention the discovery of Hebrew calligraphy. French-speaking activities only.
What links Judaism to Christianity and Islam? How can prejudice be deconstructed? What is a rumour?
These are just some of the questions addressed in the guided tours and creative workshops on offer. French-speaking activities only.
From the Middle Ages to the present day, a look back at the major stages in the history of the Jews of France and Europe.
This history is retraced through the mahJ's collections and city walks. French-speaking activities only.
Three themed activities to be chosen from provide keys to understanding the similarities and specificities of the cultures and religions of the Book. French-speaking activities only.
From Marc Chagall (1887-1985) to Christian Boltanski (1944-2021), via the Orientalist painters, activities to discover the works and artists who, from the 19th to the 21st century, have questioned a tradition, a history and a memory. French-speaking activities only.
Educational openings and guided tours of the exhibitions are organised for teachers to prepare their visit. French-speaking activities.
The mahJ provides teachers with a wide range of educational resources such as pedagogical files of temporary exhibits, focuses on works of art and activities for the classroom. All resources are in French.
They are designed to be used as a preparation or extension of your visit at the museum or as autonomous learning material.