THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: Italian Touch

What's up and about in the Israeli capital.

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January 31, 2018 19:12
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THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: Italian Touch

ShukTech at Mahaneh Yehuda . (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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Italian touch

The Jerusalem children’s theater company Koom- Koom and an Italian theater company, La Societa Della Civetta, have teamed up to create Restart, a new theater production dedicated to the games of childhood. The show will open in the coming weeks, replete with actors, clowns, puppets and a wide range of innovative theatrical accessories on stage to provide audiences with a new outlook on our childhood games. It will also feature a witty take on how these games have changed in our digital era, and how it has changed the games too. Details and tickets are available at koomkoomtheater@ gmail.com From theory to practice Students at the School of Social Work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University now have an opportunity to translate some of the academic knowledge they have gleaned into practical and marketable action. A joint project of the school; MATI Jerusalem; and MINGA, a platform that aims to develop, support and accelerate the social entrepreneurship arena, provides MA students with new tools and methodologies to enable them to conceive and develop social businesses.

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