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The exhibition name has a double meaning, hinting at the deeper gaze into the lives of the youth that the exhibition depicts, while also referencing the Zoom video conferences.
Depicting Sulawesi warty pigs, the artwork was made with red ochre roughly 45,000 years ago.
Venus, which enters Aquarius on February 1, heads straight for the Super Bowl of emotional vulnerability with Venus square Uranus, conjunct Saturn, and sextile wounded healer Chiron on February 6
Now it’s 2021 and nothing is as you envisioned.
This week look for a new perfect scent, indulge in new ice cream flavors, add some glamour with Beyonce’s makeup and don’t forget to trim your beard in style.
In 2020, approximately 11% of all new immigrants to Israel decided to live in Tel Aviv, with the city retaining its status as Israel's leading city for olim.
Lea Mauas and Diego Rotman’s vision explores immigration & destiny
The results of these intimate jazz sessions are quality broadcasts that enable the listener not only to enjoy but also to feel a part of the performance.
SARAH BRESLER - FROM NEW YORK TO BEITAR, 2010
“The Holocaust has not defined Gidon’s life – he has not allowed it to – yet he found himself feeling responsible for conveying his experiences at the hands of the Nazis."
"I spend half my life looking for things."
All the gardeners I have known are gentle people, maybe because a garden teaches patience and careful watchfulness.
Her first professional offering, a mellifluous stirring pop number called Red and Blue is now available on YouTube.
Artists collaborate in the Omanut-o-namut Festival today.
As Israel entered its second lockdown, hordes of Tel Avivians began to congregate at the square with takeaway food, snacks, blankets, cigarettes and a variety of beer and wine in tow.
If one expected to see the artists echoing the harsh era, react to prolonged uncertainty of the roller-coaster reality, the opposite happened.
Some say that the reopening of the cultural sector could be a time for a rebirth of the arts in Israel, particularly if the government chooses to support culture and give it the means to rebuild.
With the world has turned upside down since The Irishman was released, with the vast majority of theaters around the world shuttered for nearly a year. But what got us through?
While he may feel stuck, as so many of us do these days, he is moving forward professionally.
One of approximately 160,000 Ethiopian Jews now residing in Israel, Ashager Araro is part of an integral thread in the Jewish state’s historically rich fabric.
Tzachi covered many major news events, but what she was best known for was photographing scenes from Judea and Samaria.
The curtain raiser is an exhibition titled “Events Horizon” that is due to open on the last day of this troubled calendar year.
The biggest difference between this and the previous two lockdowns is that the schools are open which creates an atmosphere of normalcy.
New immigration to Israel still remains consistent, with new olim starting their new lives during a global pandemic.
If there was a silver lining to the pandemic, for many of us it was the quality of the television we suddenly had more time to enjoy.
The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra works to serve as a musical bridge for the diverse population of its city's namesake
Gitlis was arguably the greatest violinist in the 20th century.
Vertigo Dance Company is set to host a major festival, albeit online, in which it will premiere two new works created during this strange period.
The Red Alert Campaign evolved from the British #WeMakeEvents campaign, which began in April to highlight the plight of everyone involved in the supply chain of the live entertainment industry.
“It doesn’t make any difference whether we were born here, speak Hebrew fluently and unaccented, or do the army, we are always looked upon differently because of our skin color.”
This year’s Israeli Music Festival is nothing to sneeze at.
Labyrinth is a study in opposites, how they attract and even enhance one another.
Pairing between oil paintings of Palestinian artist Anisa Ashkar and prints of late Israeli master Moshe Gershuni gives birth to an engaging dialogue on form, color and a sense of belonging.
“My goal is to depict Jerusalem from 50 different vantage points. I want to highlight the wonder, the diversity, and the complexity of this amazing ancient/modern city.”
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On the Safed set of the upcoming Yes series ‘Beauty Queen of Jerusalem’
The series will be based on recently discovered tapes of an interview that Eichmann did with Dutch Nazi journalist Willem Sassen in the ‘50s, while still in hiding.
When the composer-producer-guitarist died in 1993 at the age of 52, he left behind him a body of work that would do well to squeeze into three or four lifetimes.
The clip lampoons the health establishment's handling of the coronavirus crisis with its trademark black humor.
The festival features premieres of films, both full-length features, documentaries and short films, from Israel and abroad.
This year the board of directors of the Israel Film Festival has selected Meir Fenigstein, the festival’s founder and executive director, to receive the 2020 IFF Lifetime Achievement Award.
The museum, which was closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebrated its anniversary in November with a special event.
Haim Bibas, the head of Israel’s federation of local authorities, said he looks forward to future cultural exchanges.
The ‘great conjunction’ of Jupiter and Saturn:
Fox and his producer/husband Gal Uchovsky were on hand, as was one of the movie’s stars, Niv Nissim.
Ticket prices for all the events in the festival program range from NIS 10 to NIS 150, and offer the public access to the Zoom-broadcast concerts as well discussions with the artists.
All we need now is for the festival to beat the COVID-19 trap.
The New Orleans setting, far removed from the usual locations for a crime drama such as New York and New Jersey, gives the American remake an interesting atmosphere.
In tabletop role-playing games — the best known is Dungeons and Dragons — the players aren’t constrained by a predesigned plot, as in a video game.
Scorsese's interviewers told him he would always be welcome at TAU.
The family-tailored event will be broadcast on the Jerusalem institution’s YouTube channel on December 10, starting at 6:30 p.m.
It was held as an act of protest against the fact that the government is ignoring the plight of people who work in the culture and events industry.
UMG declined to say how much the deal was worth but it was likely to have swelled the coffers of the man who once wrote "money doesn't talk, it swears" by many millions of dollars.
Tel Aviv was one of 60 stops on the planned tour.
The garden is a center for entertainment, tourism and cultural events as well as for education, training and research.
"It's been one of the greatest joys in my life to play this character," said Gadot.
Conductor Andrew Parrott will accompany the musicians as they prepare for the concert and will conduct via zoom from his home in Oxford.
This year’s roster features a broad sweep of bands and artists
For Horesh, the issues raised in the film speak to innate inequalities inherent in the Chief Rabbinate's laws.
The two women launched their London-based production, financing and international sales company for feature films and television 12 years ago.
Upcoming movies affected include "The Suicide Squad," a new version of "Dune" and a "Matrix" sequel.
The 37th Jerusalem Film Festival will run December 10-20 online.
A new film looks at Palestinian youngsters and how their lives are impacted by the continuing Israeli occupation of their living and breathing space.
After months of lockdown in the city, an invitation for a drive on the slopes of the Golan Heights was exactly what the doctor ordered.
After two and a half months in which it was closed to the general public following the spread of the coronavirus in Israel, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art reopened last Tuesday.
There is still a possibility that filmmakers will participate in in-person screenings with very small audiences, but nothing definite has been announced yet.
This effectively brings an end to a 20-year legal battle.
“It’s the 21st century, it’s no longer about good and bad guys. We’ve gone past that point. It’s about two conflicting narratives, each of which is searching for its own portrait of victory.”
Directed by Brenda Chapman (Brave), Come Away is very good at conveying the magic of a child’s world
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra's principal bassoonist celebrates birthday
The Doll – The World Within runs from Friday, November 27- Saturday, December 5, at Arena Mall, 2 Ha-Shunit St., Herzliya Pituah.
The Tel Aviv landmark contains the story and works of a remarkable life
This is the first time the music of Avishai Cohen has been remastered and presented in such an exclusive way
This will be done to raise awareness for incorporating children with disabilities into society.
Sigdiada started in 2012, and this year it marks its ninth edition.
His life was a deeply moving artistic journey that had the merit of rejoining cultures and hearts.
The annual festival introduces some 200 viewers from across the globe to the new theatrical works in Israel.
The event will be broadcast globally on December 6 at 9 p.m. Israel time, and will be free for the public.
The “Mundane Heights” exhibition, which opened virtually a couple of weeks ago, is an aptly and oxymoronically named venture.
Hadas Pal-Yarden performs songs in Ladino time at the Oud Festival
The 16th Jazz Globus Festival takes place on November 22-26; although, like almost every cultural event these days, events will be streamed online.
It will feature the best of recent French comedies, as well as some classics from years gone by.
There will be prizes totaling NIS 500,000 that will be given to award winners.
Jazz Globus normally takes place at the downtown Harmony hall, but this time the shows will be broadcast via YouTube.
The film paints a portrait of a secular man who was drawn to Judaism and Jewish subjects and a businessman who lived an intensely intellectual life.
The Internet-facilitated audience on Sunday may recognize some of the numbers, including songs made famous by the likes of Yehoram Gaon.
Veteran filmmaker kept working till he was past his mid-eighties
How should we look for the language of this story about genocide, about the Volhynia Massacre, and how can one make it universal and comprehensible?
This year’s international festival highlights some of the best Israeli documentary films from recent years.
Members of the chorus make about NIS 50,000-60,000 per year, depending on how much they work, which is on the borderline of the minimum wage.
Two eclipses and a short, sharp shock
American-Jewish star talks about playing Marcel Marceau in Jerusalem film fest’s ‘Resistance’
The film, which will air next year, stars Andrew Scott (of “Fleabag” and “Black Mirror”) and Ruth Wilson (“The Affair,” “Mrs. Wilson”)
Guest of honor Martin Parr's work goes beyond Parr for the visual course