"In Her Shoes": A new exhibition in honor of 100 years of equal rights for women in Rishon LeZion
In this exhibition that combines history and art, the Israeli artist and shoe designer Kobi Levi, along with other Israeli artists, will present dozens of pairs of artistic and inspiring shoes that mirror women's struggle, and their fight for equal rights throughout history - all of this with a poignant statement and a touch of humor.
Must-see art exhibitions
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
This Passover you can enjoy a Gaga workshop for parents and children, followed by Kamuyot, a dance show for the whole family by Ohad Naharin The special multisensory experience includes a class in the Gaga language for children and parents together, followed by a performance of Kamuyot by the Gaga king Ohad Naharin, per formed by the Batsheva Ensemble.
Jerusalem Arts Festival: 55 performances, 33 locations, 8 days
The great Jerusalem Arts Festival will be held this year for the 18th time, presenting a rich artistic program of performances in a variety of events. For an entire week, unique productions will be shown throughout the city as a celebration of dance, theater, music, art, film and performance coming together by the Jerusalem Municipality's Culture and Arts Division. Jerusalem Arts Festival The Festival of the Arts will expose audiences to a wealth of quality shows at attractive prices. The festival has been produced by the Jerusalem Municipality since 2002, and hundreds of artists participate in dozens of performances in the city's cultural institutions, from the main halls like Henry Crown, through to the museums and the nightlife clubs, plus a series of quality performances for children taking place in the city's libraries. Yonatan Zalek Among the performances at this year's festival: Shai Tsabari's first collaboration with the Street Orchestra in a one-time joint show; a unique production of the mystery theater with Kedma School, original productions and leading shows in the fields of dance, theater, performance, cinema, music and singing throughout the city, including The Jerusalem Theater, the Gerard Behar Center, the Khan Theater, the Yellow Submarine Club, Kenya 4, the Municipal Libraries, the Scottish Church and more. In addition to the paid performances and as part of the festival tradition, there will be open events for the general public before and afte
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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.