A round up of news from around Israel.
Other countries have already stepped up and allocated new public funds in this time of crisis to support their arts and artists in need.
The protesters were either unaware of or decided to ignore the revived connotations the noose has in the current racial struggles taking place in the United States.
For now, at least, music-lovers have plenty to look forward to in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa.
Lena Zaidel seems to have followed a go-with-the-flow line to the creations in her new exhibition, Homage, curated by Batsheva Dori-Carlier which opened at the Agripas 12 gallery this week.
If you are looking to get a decent handle on the dizzying array of exhibits stretched across several interior spaces and outside spots over at the museum site, you’d better make a day of it.
The members of the festival management board said the green light for an adjusted program was given following a meeting between the culture minister and finance minister.
It was during this confusing period that Rina Schenfeld was informed that she had won the prestigious Rosenblum Prize for the Performing Arts in the lifetime achievement category.
Even the song's title, translated as "Distancing is Love," is a reference to a speech given by Netanyahu on March 17th, when the world was only just starting to realize the scope of the Coronavirus.
A new era for the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.