Art & Culture

The best in art, museums, theater, dance, opera and performances in Israel

Paint Night : pOp aRt !
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Paint Night : pOp aRt !

A fun idea for a date night or girls night with drinks included, no prior experience needed.

Art night workshop sessions
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Art night workshop sessions

Join Beit Kandinof in their art workshop sessions

Reality vs Imagination at Jerusalem Artists House
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Reality vs Imagination at Jerusalem Artists House

Jerusalem Artists’ House explores contrasting themes in three new exhibits The first of the exciting exhibitions entitled Carry That Weight explores the connection to and significance of animals that has existed through generations and throughout worlds and cultures. 

On the Grid: Asufa has launched a series of illustrated maps showcasing Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
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On the Grid: Asufa has launched a series of illustrated maps showcasing Tel Aviv and Jerusalem

Asufa, a blue and white haven for art and design lovers, has launched a series of illustrated maps, created by local talent and showcasing Tel Aviv and Jerusalem – so far

Sculpt: Grumpy Bear, The Great Spinoff
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Sculpt: Grumpy Bear, The Great Spinoff

The french artist’s collection of work entitled, Sculpt: Grumpy Bear, The Great Spinoff, is inspired by the children’s television program, “Care Bears,” and documents the character “Grumpy Bear.” 

Must-see art exhibitions

"Modern Times” is the newest exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, featuring 50 masterpieces
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"Modern Times” is the newest exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, featuring 50 masterpieces

Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s newest exhibition will reveal art descending from the late nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century Europe. The collection from the Philadelphia Museum of Art named “Modern Times” will feature 50 works from European artists like Pierre Bonnard, Constantin Brancusi, Georges Braque, and many more. 

Design Museum Holon presents "Sagmeister & Walsh: A Retrospective"
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Design Museum Holon presents "Sagmeister & Walsh: A Retrospective"

Nestled on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, in the city of Holon, sits a gem of a museum dedicated entirely to design.

Beit Hatfutsot delivers a gut-busting exhibition on Jewish humor
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Beit Hatfutsot delivers a gut-busting exhibition on Jewish humor

Jews have earned their reputation as the "comedians of the modern world"

Hide & Seek - Maarten Baas
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Hide & Seek - Maarten Baas

Hide & Seek exhibition features young Dutch Designer, Maarten Baas’ designs who gained notoriety in 2002 by burning flea market and ikea found furniture. Considered incredibly influential Baas’ sculpture, furniture and interior designs flirt with avant-garde styles yet they remain functional. His work will be on display at the Design Museum of Holon from Nov. 27- April 27, 2019.

Israeli dance & theater

The Nutcracker performed by The Israel Ballet is another reason to get the family together
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The Nutcracker performed by The Israel Ballet is another reason to get the family together

Enjoy the holiday classic in an Israeli town near you

The play Edgar at the Na Laga’at Center is a one-of-a-kind experience
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The play Edgar at the Na Laga’at Center is a one-of-a-kind experience

Na laga'at (please touch in English) is the name of a unique theater in Old Jaffa's port that promotes beauty and understanding. 

Batsheva Dance Company presents: The Hole By Ohad Naharin
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Batsheva Dance Company presents: The Hole By Ohad Naharin

Choreographed by the iconic Ohad Naharin, the Batsheva Dance Company is performing in 9 shows for their first season of the new year

The Seven Sopranos
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The Seven Sopranos

Partnering with the Ministry of Tourism, The Israeli Opera brings to Eilat a performance

Finish Line - Graduation Festival for the Jerusalem Academy of Music & Dance
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Finish Line - Graduation Festival for the Jerusalem Academy of Music & Dance

Don't miss the 2018 Finish Line festival, where works of 11 graduates of a Master's degree in dance will be presented. 

Top Israeli dance companies

Jerusalem Vertigo Dance Company
Dance

Jerusalem Vertigo Dance Company

Take a journey with Vertigo Dance Company

Batsheva Dance Company
Dance

Batsheva Dance Company

Israel’s biggest and most renowned dance company

Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company
Dance

Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company

A contemporary dance company born of kibbutz beauty

Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollak Dance Company
Dance

Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollak Dance Company

A creative dance company

Yasmeen Godder Dance Company
Dance

Yasmeen Godder Dance Company

Award winning Israeli choreographer Yasmeen Godder, solo artist and company founder

Best museums in Israel

The best Israeli art galleries
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The best Israeli art galleries

A must see list for Israeli art lovers and collectors alike

The best Jewish art galleries and museums
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The best Jewish art galleries and museums

Israeli art galleries and museums host some of the best Jewish art around

Jerusalem’s must-visit museums and Israeli art galleries
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Jerusalem’s must-visit museums and Israeli art galleries

When God gives you paint, make artwork

Israeli culture: ten performing arts centres worth a ticket
Theater

Israeli culture: ten performing arts centres worth a ticket

Top dance companies, outstanding orchestras and encore-worthy musicals

The best museums in Israel
Museums

The best museums in Israel

Go on a cultural field-trip to the most inspiring museums in the country

Haifa’s 9 most historically rich museums
Museums

Haifa’s 9 most historically rich museums

Haifa's museums are as richly diverse as its inhabitants

Classical music in Israel

The Chamber Music Centre
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The Chamber Music Centre

More than a music conservatory

Netanya Kibbutz
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Netanya Kibbutz

An orchestra on a kibbutz?

The Israeli Opera - Tel Aviv
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The Israeli Opera - Tel Aviv

Consistently delivering stellar shows for over seventy years

Be´er Sheva Performing Arts Center
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Be´er Sheva Performing Arts Center

The Be´er Sheva Performing Arts center was founded in the early 1970’s by two actresses: Margalit Stander and Naomi Blumenthal. After being founded, the center suffered a rocky start, with difficulties in finding patrons and actors to take part in productions. However, the staff believed in the performing arts center and it garnered more support throughout the years. Today, it houses two of Be´er Sheva's most prominent performing arts groups; the Be´er Sheva Symphony Orchestra and the Be´er Sheva Theater. In addition to musical and theatrical productions, the performing arts center also hosts many events and conventions.

The Culture Palace (or Charles Bronfman Auditorium)
Music

The Culture Palace (or Charles Bronfman Auditorium)

Eighty years of musical magic at this enormous concert hall