What's on this week
Choreographed by the iconic Ohad Naharin, the Batsheva Dance Company is performing in 9 shows for their first season of the new year.
Eden Ben Zaken is a powerhouse when it comes to releasing songs that are well known throughout the country. Fresh off the release of her third album she is putting on a must see performance at Forum in Be’er Sheva.
The Israman competition which consists of a full Ironman, half Ironman and relay will challenge your strengths and weaknesses.
The World Press Photo Foundation’s 61st annual exhibition is on it’s way around the world, and is making a stop in Tel Aviv
Currently on display at The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is an exhibit exploring the history and counter culturalism of Israeli fashion.
Hide & Seek exhibition features young Dutch Designer, Maarten Baas’ designs who gained notoriety in 2002 by burning flea market and ikea found furniture.
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.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art’s newest exhibition will reveal art descending from the late nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century Europe.
Partnering with the Ministry of Tourism, The Israeli Opera brings to Eilat a performance titled, “The Seven Sopranos.
The french artist’s collection of work entitled, Sculpt: Grumpy Bear, The Great Spinoff, is inspired by the children’s television program, “Care Bears”