Things to do in Israel next week

Precrastinate! Stay ahead of the game with our list of next week’s best events, all in one place
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You’ve got this week covered. But how about next week? Why not stay ahead of the game and mark down the cool events and things to do in Israel coming up in the near future before they’re sold out. From free art exhibitions to spending your shekels at unique markets and craft fairs that span the country, get out those daytimers and start planning because our editors have recommendations for everything. You won’t regret it. After all, we’re here to keep you in the know and away from the “FOMO.”

What's on next week

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Things to do, Talks and lectures

The Russian Avant-Garde

icon-location-pin Bauhaus Center, Tel Aviv City Center
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Listen to historian Olga Shtoff in her educational lecture series on the Russian Avant-Garde. 

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Art market
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Shopping, Markets and fairs

Nahalat Binyamin Arts and Crafts Fair

icon-location-pin Nachalat Binyamin

In one of the oldest districts in Tel Aviv, adjacent to the Carmel Market, Nahalat Binyamin Street has a wonderful now-not-so-well-known secret, which makes itself known twice a week. 

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Hide & Seek - Maarten Baas

icon-location-pin Design Museum Holon, Holon
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Hide & Seek exhibition features young Dutch Designer, Maarten Baas’ designs who gained notoriety in 2002 by burning flea market and ikea found furniture. 

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Fashion Statements: Decoding Israeli Dress

icon-location-pin The Israel Museum, Neve Sha'anan
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Currently on display at The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is an exhibit exploring the history and counter culturalism of Israeli fashion. 

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Things to do, Quirky events

"Sensuality and the Exotic" Works by Mane-Katz"

icon-location-pin Mané-Katz Museum, Hadar-Carmel‏
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Mané-Katz vast collection of work has multiple themes and in this particular exhibit the Mané-Katz Museum is exploring his works that display sensuality and related themes.

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