Here you can get updated on different events the museum holds.
The museum conducts music events, concerts, dances, theatre shows and more.
Also, the museum hosts conferences, family and business events.
For more details and conference/event reservations you may call: 050-5885004
You can also have a look at events that have taken place in the museum since its opening (on March 2010) until today under "special events".
For upcoming events press here…
The Moshe Castel Museum of Art
A Meeting Place for Cultural, Artistic, Educational Activity, and Special Events
The Second Biennial Sculpture and Photography Festival, “Adama” (Earth) is being exhibited at the museum until Feb 2, 2015. We would be delighted for you to visit the exhibit.
The entrance fee to the museum during the week of Chanukah will be 1 shekel.
In addition, there will be an unprecedented sale of the lithograph, “Festive Meal
( Seudah) on the Grass” for 200 shekels instead of the usual price of 1,000 shekels.
Guided tours of the museum will be conducted around the theme “The Language of Art”. Groups will “read” together the paintings of Moshe Castel. Tours will be given in three languages—all for 1 shekel-on Tuesday, Dec 8, 2015 according to the following schedule:
Please confirm your participation in advance by sending an e-mail to this address.
The Third Candle of Chanukah, Tuesday, Dec 8, 2015 at 18:00, Commemorating the Stories of Miracles...
The Moshe Castel Museum opens its doors to the communities of both Maale Adumim and Kfar Adumim. Cost of participation is 1 shekel and must be reserved in advance by sending confirmation to this e-mail address.
(Reservations enable the museum to prepare for event ). For further details of this event please see the museum website.
Gallery Talks- Friday, Dec 11, 2015 at 11 a.m.
Within the framework of the Second Biennial “Adama” Festival which is currently exhibited in the museum, the sculptor and artist, Harry Baron, whose work is part of the exhibition, will be conducting the talk.( An invitation to this talk is attached). Entrance to this event is 1 shekel. Advance registration is required by sending confirmation to this e-mail address.
Paris – From Balkan Music up to Present Times,, Wednesday, Dec 16, 2015 at 20:30.
Hani Livne, Gila Hassid, and Uzi Rozenblatt
A complex and stirring musical journey that includes French, Balkan and Gypsy styles.
Tickets can be purchased at the Community Center office or by phone: 02-5913111 . Cost: 40 shekels per person. This event is sponsored by the Dept of Culture and Recreation, Maale Adumim Community Center.
“Closing the Week”- A series of 5 meetings about the weeklyWednesday, Dec 23, 2015 at 20:30- Torah portion, current events and music, hosted by Professor Avigdor Shinan. This week, the meeting will discuss the end of Genesis, “Women above and beyond the Bible: Osnat and Serah Bat Asher” The evening will be accompanied by Adam Tzachi, a member of the Shir Adama Ensemble, performing songs of Eretz Yisrael.
Tickets can be purchased at the Community Center office or at the museum on night of event. Cost of tickets: 30 shekels per person.
This event is sponsored by the Dept of Culture and Recreation, Maale Adumim Community Center.
Project 929-The Book of Samuel-The Journey to Kingship, Tuesday, December 29, 2015, at 19:00.
This event will include a lecture by Racheli Frankel, mother of one of the kidnapped boys who was murdered in Gush Etzion. In addition there will be a musical performance by the men’s choir, “Ramataim Yerushalayim”and the evening will conclude with an educational workshop based on the book of Samuel with the group facilitators. (To see more about the choir: http://www.rmchoir.org)
Cost of participation in this event is 30 shekels per person. Cost of weekly participation in the 929 project is 10 shekels. Please confirm your participation in advance by sending an e-mail to the museum.
Learning the Language of Art-Would you like to teach your children a new language? Teach them to understand and appreciate art? We will provide your children with the necessary tools for this continuing journey. The Castel Museum is offering a 5 session course on fascinating subjects for children aged 3-4 and 9-12. For additional information, contact the museum.
An Interactive Museum Experience for Parents /Grandparents and their Children
Come and learn to recognize the artist and his artwork through search games, writing in ancient Hebrew script, viewing the paintings closely with magnifying glasses and touching the black basalt rock that Castel used in his later works. ( This program is in partnership with “Tour Adumim”). For additional information on coordinating group/ family programs , please contact the museum.