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Registration and Cancellation Procedure

Courses and Activities

at the Museum for Islamic Art

2019-2020

Registration and Cancellation Procedure

 

  1. Participation in an activity/course will be allowed only after completion of the registration process and carrying out payment.
  2. Payment for each activity/course may be made in 2 equal payments.
  3. Those accompanying the participants of the activity/course may visit the museum during activity/course, for no charge.
  4. Notification of the start of the activity/course, including the date and time, will be sent to the registrants by email around two weeks prior to the start of each activity/course. The museum management reserves the right to make changes, which will be conveyed to all the registrants for the activity/course by individual notification.
  5. A discount of 10% for the second child and 20% for the third child from the same family will be given for registration for children’s activities.
  6. The museum reserves the right no to begin an activity/course due to the low number of registrants, or for any other reason. In such cases the full amount of the registration fees will be refunded to the registrants.
  7. Registration cancellation procedure
  8. Requests for registration cancellation are to be submitted by email and in writing only, to Hana Hussein, coordinator of activities and courses. The determining date of cancellation is the time at which the request is received.

    No financial credit will be awarded for non-attendance of a unit activity.






Registration for activities and courses until the end of August 2019

 

For reservations, advice, and further details: please contact the Education Department

 

 

Hana Hussein

Hana@iam.org.il 

02-5358708   |  050-6444288

 

Main Office

02-5861291   office@ia.org.il 

 

Web Site

http://www.islamicart.co.il 

 

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