Jerusalem Print Workshop

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Jerusalem Print Workshop
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Time Out says

The Jerusalem Print Workshop is an art and cultural center dedicated to promoting and nurturing the art of printmaking

The Jerusalem Print Workshop was founded in 1974, and from 1977, it has been located in a picturesque Ottoman period building, in the Morasha neighborhood, on the seam line between east and west of the city. The workshops’ vision was, and still is, to serve as a home for artists and artistic work in Jerusalem, which combines traditional techniques alongside developing new technologies. The collection of prints currently held by the workshop is the largest and of the highest quality in Israel, and it represents a wide and comprehensive cross-section of Israeli art in the original printing field. Dozens of exhibitions have been held in the workshop along the years, showing the best work of Israeli artists. Today, two professional galleries operate in the workshop, showing about six exhibitions a year. During these exhibitions, seminars, lectures and art talks are held, and the general public is invited.



Address: 38 Shivtei Israel St

Opening hours: Sun-Thu 08:00-15:00, Fri 10:00-12:00 (by appointment)

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