Contact Point, the planned opening event of the Jerusalem Season of Culture at the Israel Museum, has been rescheduled for Thursday, August 28.
Originally scheduled for July 10, the event was postponed due to the rockets falling in Jerusalem and throughout the country.
“We’re not really back to routine, and we don’t think we can celebrate the end of summer or dance like nothing’s happened,” stated the festival organizers.
The evening will offer its annual roster of views, glimpses and contact points with the museum, mostly along the paths, courtyards and sculpture garden of the multi-level cultural institution.
Tickets and entry to the museum will cost NIS 60 per person, and can be purchased from the Jerusalem Season of Culture website. There will also be direct transportation offered between the museum and different parts of the country.