Jerusalem to feature young local artists’ downtown

March 30, 2015 19:34


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In its ongoing effort to promote culture and youth in the capital, the Jerusalem Municipality announced on Monday that it will launch three public exhibitions downtown featuring the works of young local artists and designers. According to the municipality, the exhibits will begin during Passover and remain open until May.

The works will be featured in Zion Square, Yoel Salomon Street and Ben Sira Steet.

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat praised the initiative as a platform for young artists living in the city. “In recent years, the capital of Israel has become a leader in providing a platform for young artists, helping them gain access to a variety of cultural and art events for Jerusalem residents and visitors to the area,” he said. “I am proud of the extensive cultural activities that get great demand, and will continue to work for the establishment and development of centers for innovative art and culture in the capital.”

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