A group of Studia artists visit the Wolfson Museum of Jewish Art at Hechal Shlomo, where several pieces of their art are on exhibit: (Back row from left) Gila Elyashar-Stocklisky, Malka Schallheim, Menucha Yankelevitch and Michal Halevy; (front row from left) Hanna Salmon, Haya White and Etty Barcla.
(photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
Art. Faith. Community. To some, these are just three words. But to artist Gila Elyashar-Stocklisky, the words describe “Studia: Women & Art in Jerusalem,” a daughter project of the social tourism program “Women and Stories of Jerusalem,” co-sponsored by the Tourism Ministry and the Jerusalem Municipality.
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