What's on this week
Hansen's flagship project returns to a week full of events, exhibitions, installations and fascinating collaborations. About 150 designers from all over the world will present their works in more than 40 projects during International Design Week, which will operate under the concept "East" this year, and will deal with the differences between East and West from varying perspectives. In addition to the exhibitions, there will be lectures on design manners, workshops and inspirational meetings with designers from various fields. © Roni Shvarts When: June 13-20 Where: Hansen House, 14 Gedalyahu Alon. For details: jdw.co.il © Idan Sidi, Gal Sharir
Get familiar with original literature, translated books, children's books and youth books. In addition, the fair will include a wealth of experiential activities for children and youth, such as plays, storytime, creative workshops, theatre, and musical performances. Entrance is free to all stands, events and shows.
The Agnon House in the Talpiot neighborhood is the historic home of the writer S.Y Agnon, which has become a literary museum that conducts local cultural activities. During the reading month (June) the Agnon House will hold encounters with public figures and intellectuals, who will talk about the books and texts that accompanied them and outlined their path in life. Among the participants: Robi Namdar, Ariana Melamed, Yankele Rotblit and more. Amos Oz, courtesy of Keter In July there will be a series of meetings with the best researchers in Israel on the work of writer Amos Oz and the cultural heritage he left us. Participants: Bilha Ben-Eliahu, Avraham Balaban, Nitza Ben Dov, Matan Hermoni and Nurit Gertz. When: June-July. Where: Agnon House, Klausner 16, Talpiot. For details and meetings: agnonhouse.org.il
“Makom Leshira” (a place for poetry) is a house for poets, established by Jerusalem poets in order to promote poetry in Israel in general and in Jerusalem in particular Makom Leshira includes the school for the art of the word (Amanuyot Hamila), literary events, writing workshops, publishing and more.
The Tower of David Museum presents a new photographic exhibition: The Mountain, a photographic journey to the Temple Mount 1839 - Until our time The Tower of David Museum.
From Ilan Ramon’s journal and the Enoch Scroll from Qumran to Peter and Pan: from Ancient Greece to Neverland, these upcoming exhibits at the Israel Museum are a great way to spend some time indoors and away from the heat.
Jewelry Making: Past & Present, a new exhibition at the Museum of Islamic Art, presents a thousand years of jewelry making that maintains a fascinating dialogue between cultures, religions, past and present.
The Incubator Theater serves as a home for an original Jerusalem work, with a special emphasis on excellence in the classic and modern acting and theater arts, and their uniqueness as a legitimate entertainment, educational, and cultural element in our digital age. Gidi – a daydream musical and poetry slam.
Snap your fingers, tap your feet - because Tel Aviv is alive with beautiful be-bop and cross-rhythm from the jazz genre. As we see more and more special jazz nights popping up on the regular, we have rounded up our favorites, giving you the opportunity to take a hit of the stuff any night of the week. It’s time to add some scat and sax into your life, folks.
''Ocean and Caffeine'', a new and special exhibition by the internationally-acclaimed artist Cosima Von Bonin is coming to Jaffa's Magasin III