Veteran culture writer Helen Kaye dies 2 weeks short of her 86th birthday

Critic and journalist began working for the 'Post' in 1987

New NIS 40 million Hechal Hatarbut arts center opens in Pisgat Ze'ev

“After many years, it is time to welcome the finished article,” said Mayor Moshe Lion. "In the coming years we will continue investing in Pisgat Ze’ev and in other neighborhoods. Enjoy."

OMAD Shakur of Sudan shares his experiences in ‘Illegal Human Being’ in south Tel Aviv
The legacy of refugees through art and culture

Today, with refugees flooding in to so many countries, this accolade to a refugee legacy is particularly poignant.

Bezalel artworks light up New York's Times Square

A full 20 works, produced by Bezalel students and graduates, have been brightening up a corner of New York’s Times Square since just prior to the corona outbreak.

Chana Cromer: The makings of a fabric artist

Wall hangings are not the most usual form of visual art, although they have a history stretching back many centuries.

A Giant Dream (Howard Fox)
A tourist in Utopia – The bizarre realist art of Howard Fox

A painter of cities since the age of nine, Howard Fox combines Jewish art with a deep fascination with the realistic art tradition.

Art, the artist and the viewer

Playing with the roles of artistic experience in ‘Deliberately Random.'

THE CITY comes alive, and alight.
Shaon Horef - Jerusalem's outdoor winter festival

The festival traditionally hosts shows, across a broad spectrum of artistic disciplines, with the February 10 batch located within the Koresh-Shushan-Shlomzion Hamalka quarter.

Jerusalem Cinematheque unveils renovated auditorium
Jerusalem Cinematheque unveils renovated auditorium

The Jerusalem Cinematheque unveiled its newly renovated Auditorium 1, its main auditorium, at a festive screening Monday night of the film Les Miserables, a French crime drama by Ladj Ly.

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