Thursday 6 April 2017

Your April at the Jewish Museum

Win the Perfect Day Out in Camden Town
To celebrate Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait and our Amy Street Art Trail we are offering you the chance to win the Camden Town day out for two. Sample street food at Kerb Camden Market, explore our Amy Winehouse exhibition, enjoy the sold out A Night of Amy at the Jazz Cafe, and take home an Amy-inspired goody bag.
Get More From Your Visit
Curator's Talk: Amy Winehouse
Wednesday 5 April, 2-2.30pm
Discover more about the themes, stories and objects in Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait from a museum curator. 
Busker: Bex Grant
Saturday 8 April, 1.15-1.45pm
Enjoy live music from Bex Grant, from Amy's Yard, the Amy Winehouse Foundation's music programme.
Learn About Passover with Your Family
A Taste of Passover Family Day | Sunday 9 April, 10am-2pm
Learn about Passover by exploring the symbolism of the Seder plate and tasting the foods associated with this festival with your family. Enjoy a craft workshops, an interactive storytelling session with PJ Library and more.
Explore Art and History Around London
Amy Street Art Trail Tour
Saturday 8 April, 11am-1pm
Discover more about our Amy Street Art Trail of Camden with Nelly Balazs ofGlobal Street Art on a walking tour of the art in the area.
Stamford Hill Walking Tour
Sunday 23 April, 11am - 1pm
Uncover the history of synagogues, schools and shops in the Stamford Hill area in this walking tour led by Blue Badge Guide Rachel Kolsky. 
Celebrate Amy After Hours
Amy Winehouse Late: Icon | Thursday 4 May, 6-9pm
Amy was a music, style and queer icon - delve into all these sides of her personality and explore the museum after hours in this fun late opening, with crafts, live music, spoken word and more.
What's On Elsewhere

Painted Hall Ceiling Tours
Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich | From 1 April
Ascend 60 feet and uncover the secrets of the Painted Hall. During a major conservation project, visitors will have the rare chance to experience this vast masterpiece up close via a special observation desk.

Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford | Until 7 May
"A stellar line-up of artists" - The Guardian. Explore the rise of Modernism in France through works by Matisse, Manet, Chagall, Renoir, Degas, Van Gogh, Delacroix, L├ęger, Picasso and more.

Legacy: Photographs by Vanessa Bell and Patti Smith
Dulwich Picture Gallery | Until 4 June
To coincide with the major solo exhibition of Vanessa Bell, Dulwich Picture Gallery presents a special display bringing together photographs by Bella and the America punk icon Patti Smith.

The Print Room | 12 June - 1 July
Based on a true story, Remnants is a new music theatre work about one woman's encounter with the aftermath of war crimes at Srebrenica, and her family's connection to the Holocaust in Bosnia fifty years before.