Burg, Avital 26 May, Alon, Ketzia 26 May, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 27 May, Yahav, Gallia 27 May, Artists: Burg, Avital 27 May, Sheffi, Smadar 28 May, Hirshfeld, Ariel 28 May, Amir, Yonatan 28 May, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 31 May, Artists: Haaretz Gallery, Hebrew 1 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 2 June, Gilerman, Dana 2 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 3 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 3 June, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 3 June, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 3 June, Sheffi, Smadar 4 June, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 4 June, Zur, Ouzi 4 June, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 8 June, Burg, Avital 9 June, Artists: Burg, Avital 9 June, Yahav, Gallia 10 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 11 June, A wooden horse and a golden calf Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 11 June, Artists: Karpel, Dalia 11 June, Zur, Ouzi 11 June, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 15 June, Yahav, Gallia 17 June, Artists: Where there''s a wheel, there''s a way Haaretz - Weekend, English Author: Handelzalts, Michael 18 June, Makor Rishon - Shabbat, Hebrew Author: Burg, Avital 23 June, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 23 June, The Zaritsky method Haaretz, English Author: Burg, Avital 24 June, Zohar HaTzafon, Hebrew 24 June, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 25 June, Sheffi, Smadar 25 June, Zafon 1, Hebrew 25 June, Artists: Stromberg, David 25 June, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 25 June, Gilerman, Dana 28 June, Dvir, Noam 30 June, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 1 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 1 July, Karpel, Dalia 2 July, Zur, Ouzi 2 July, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 6 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 6 July, Burg, Avital 7 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 7 July, Yahav, Gallia 8 July, Sheffi, Smadar 9 July, Zur, Ouzi 9 July, Sheffi, Smadar 13 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 13 July, Artists: Calcalist, Hebrew 13 July, Yahav, Gallia 15 July, The human in the animal Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 16 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 16 July, Yediot Jerusalem, Hebrew 16 July, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 16 July, Artists: Gilerman, Dana 19 July, Amir, Yonatan 20 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 21 July, Amir, Yonatan 21 July, Esther Rubin, widow of iconic painter,dies at 99 Haaretz, English Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 22 July, Halutz, Doron 23 July, Artists: Cashman, Greer Fay 23 July, Amir, Yonatan 23 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 28 July, Artists: Burg, Avital 28 July, When damaged is beautiful Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 30 July, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 30 July, Zur, Ouzi 30 July, Artists: Sperber, David 31 July, Artists: Ofrat, Gideon 31 July, Abraham, Barbara 4 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 5 August, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 5 August, Artists: Self - aware virtuosity Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 6 August, Zur, Ouzi 6 August, Artists: Saar, Yuval 10 August, Gilerman, Dana 10 August, Burg, Avital 11 August, Burg, Avital 12 August, Yahav, Gallia 12 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Artists: Between a black square and Mt.
Nebo Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 13 August, Zur, Ouzi 13 August, On Mount Nevo Author: Levine, Angela 14 August, Sheffi, Smadar 17 August, Artists: Burg, Avital 18 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 18 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 19 August, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 19 August, Barak, Zuzana 20 August, Sheffi, Smadar 20 August, Zur, Ouzi 20 August, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 24 August, Amir, Yonatan 24 August, Gilerman, Dana 25 August, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 26 August, Yahav, Gallia 26 August, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 27 August, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 27 August, Artists: Rank and File Haaretz, English Author: Ahren, Raphael 27 August, Rauchwerger, Daniel 1 September, Artists: Yedioth Ahronoth - 24 Hours, Hebrew Author: Rauchwerger, Daniel 2 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 2 September, Sheffi, Smadar 3 September, Artists: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 3 September, Zur, Ouzi 3 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 6 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 8 September, Direktor, Ruthi 8 September, Artists: Hameiri, Yham 8 September, Artists: Baar, Neria 10 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 15 September, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 16 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 16 September, Artists: Yahav, Gallia 16 September, Artists: No escape Haaretz - Guide, English Author: Sheffi, Smadar 17 September, Artists: Hirshfeld, Ariel 17 September, Artists: Haaretz - Magazine, English Author: Armon Azoulay, Ellie 17 September, Burg, Avital 17 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 21 September, Artists: Amir, Yonatan 24 September, Artists: Zur, Ouzi 24 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 27 September, Artists: Rauchwerger, Daniel 28 September, Artists: Sheffi, Smadar 28 September, Rauchwerger, Daniel 28 September, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 29 September, Zur, Ouzi 1 October, Artists: Tours in the Footsteps of the Armenians in Jerusalem, Fridays The tours will go to the places where the Armenian community was active in Jerusalem, both within and outside the Old City walls: On March 16, there will be a tour to the Armenian buildings in "new" Jerusalem in the German Colony, Rehavia, and Katamon , among which are some of the first buildings that were constructed during the days when people began to live outside the Old City walls.
The tour will be led by conservation architect Dr. Pre-registration is required at the Nature Museum internet site. The Choir of the Theological Seminary of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem, March 16 The choir will present the sounds of Armenia as expressed in liturgical and folk music.
The concert will include explanations about the choir, its works, the composers, and the events into which the music is integrated. This time on the roof we'll be having a savoy swingout workshop.
Swingout is the most important, impressive and the hardest in swing dancing! This class is open to anyone who has a basic experience in swing. Jerusalem's best and only LIVE english comedy showcase returns with a vengeance! We've got the Beer, the jokes, and even warm wine. We've got it all going on. You can be an Oleh, a tourist, or even a time-travelling human bladder--everyone is welcome at the Cave.
G00gledoc PaRty Blank Template musrara. Armenian Architecture part of the "Talking Conservation" series , March 20 Architect Valentina Nelin will discuss aspects of architectural conservation of Armenian buildings, and the building in which The Nature Museum is housed, which was built by Armenians.
The evening will include a guided tour of The Nature Museum and the compound that surrounds it. After the film we will have a discussion with the director Avi Mugrabi and asylum seekers living in Jerusalem.
The group was initiated by the directors Chen Alon and Avi Mugrabi. What leads men and women to leave their lives behind and set off into the unknown? Why does Israel, a state established by and for refugees, refuse to fulfill its legal duty to look into the status of people who escaped war, genocide and persecution? And can Israelis who work with asylum seekers identify with them and understand their situation?
Art Performance Dance Visual Arts. Live Samba music and amazing d. Come support and package food with us for families who really need it — no one should go hungry this month! As part of the event, we will pack and distribute food packages with at-risk youth from the Sachi Organization.
Yaakov Guenoun PAF - 50 shekels sur place Le nombre de place est limite, merci de s'inscrire sur le google doc ci-dessous. In this workshop we will learn how to adjust our lindy dance steps to the fast rhythm when the BMP is going up.
This evening the workshop will be divided into 2 lessons: Fast swingout practice, for dancers familiar with the swingout step. Basic steps practice, open for everyone who feels comfortable with basic steps. Family Fun Paint Party! Come join us for a family fun Paint Party!! Everyone takes home a professional looking painting that they made all by themselves!
Skill boosting and confidence building! Art Visual Arts Culture Community. Art Performance Concert Music. Dan Deja groove, Berlin MC: Dan and Danny Kotz. Dan , Deja Groove Doors: Culture Lecture Tour Community Celebration. Saturday night, March 31st, community freedom Seder with the asylum seeker community in Jerusalem at pm on Erev deportation 2nd night. This is an excerpt of the full interview coming this weekend. And the more diverse the country is, the less it can afford to take maximalist positions.
While he blamed the rise of the Republican far right for extinguishing so many potential compromises, Obama also acknowledged that gerrymandering, the Balkanization of the news media and uncontrolled money in politics — the guts of our political system today — are sapping our ability to face big challenges together, more than any foreign enemy. The fact is, said the president, in Iraq a residual U. Absent their will to do that, our troops sooner or later would have been caught in the crossfire, he argued.
This idea that we could provide some light arms or even more sophisticated arms to what was essentially an opposition made up of former doctors, farmers, pharmacists and so forth, and that they were going to be able to battle not only a well-armed state but also a well-armed state backed by Russia, backed by Iran, a battle-hardened Hezbollah, that was never in the cards.
Even now, the president said, the administration has difficulty finding, training and arming a sufficient cadre of secular Syrian rebels: Unless we can give them a formula that speaks to the aspirations of that population, we are inevitably going to have problems. Is Iran being helpful? You want percent, and the notion that the winner really does take all, all the spoils. President Obama on how the United States is a different sort of superpower from China.
This is an excerpt of a full video interview by Thomas L. When it comes to things like corruption, the people and their leaders have to hold themselves accountable for changing those cultures We can help them and partner with them every step of the way.
It is tolerant of other sects and other religions in a way that we would like to see elsewhere. All we have to do is let the Americans bail us out again. And we can go about business as usual.
The president said that what he is telling every faction in Iraq is: That you are willing to continue to build a nonsectarian, functional security force that is answerable to a civilian government. We do have a strategic interest in pushing back ISIL. I asked the president whether he was worried about Israel. I think the question really is how does Israel survive. And how can you create a State of Israel that maintains its democratic and civic traditions.
How can you preserve a Jewish state that is also reflective of the best values of those who founded Israel. And, in order to do that, it has consistently been my belief that you have to find a way to live side by side in peace with Palestinians.
You have to recognize that they have legitimate claims, and this is their land and neighborhood as well. In some ways, Bibi is too strong [and] in some ways Abu Mazen is too weak to bring them together and make the kinds of bold decisions that Sadat or Begin or Rabin were willing to make. Muammar el-Qaddafi, but not organize any sufficient international follow-on assistance on the ground to help them build institutions. Whether it is getting back into Iraq or newly into Syria, the question that Obama keeps coming back to is: I absolutely believed that it was the right thing to do.
And so there would be more death, more disruption, more destruction. Do we have an answer [for] the day after? If Obama did that, what would he be ignoring? To defeat ISIS you have to address the context out of which it emerged. And that is the three civil wars raging in the Arab world today: When you have a region beset by that many civil wars at once, it means there is no center, only sides.
And when you intervene in the middle of a region with no center, you very quickly become a side. ISIS emerged as an extreme expression of resentment by one side: Without it, though, the dominant philosophy is either: The Times article noted: The former general had appealed months earlier to rejoin the Iraqi Army, but the official had refused. Third, our allies are not fully allies: While the Saudi, Qatari and Kuwaiti governments are pro-American, wealthy Sunni individuals, mosques and charities in these countries are huge sources of funds, and fighters, for ISIS.
It is a sick, destabilizing movement. I support using U. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story.
Continue reading the main story Continue reading the main story. THE United States is swamped by refugee children from collapsing Central American countries; efforts to contain the major Ebola outbreak in West Africa are straining governments there; jihadists have carved out a bloodthirsty caliphate inside Iraq and Syria; after having already eaten Crimea, Russia keeps taking more bites out of Ukraine; and the U.
Three big trends are converging. That may sound odd. Such values-based legal systems and institutions are just what so many societies have failed to build after overthrowing their autocrats.
The biggest challenge for the world of order today is collaborating to contain these vacuums and fill them with order. That is what President Obama is trying to do in Iraq, by demanding Iraqis build a sustainable inclusive government in tandem with any U. Otherwise, there will never be self-sustaining order there, and they will never be truly free. Which leads to the second disturbing trend today: Now add a third trend, and you can really get worried: America is the tent pole holding up the whole world of order.
But our inability to agree on policies that would ensure our long-term economic vitality — an immigration bill that would ease the way for energetic and talented immigrants; a revenue-neutral carbon tax that would replace income and corporate taxes; and government borrowing at these low rates to rebuild our infrastructure and create jobs, while gradually phasing in long-term fiscal rebalancing — is the definition of shortsighted.
The Cold War involved two competing visions of order. Preserving and expanding the world of sustainable order is the leadership challenge of our time. Or is it something deeper? I was discussing this core question with Nader Mousavizadeh, a former senior United Nations official and the co-founder of Macro Advisory Partners, a geopolitical advisory firm, and he offered another framework: There is a lot of truth in that.
The sectarian and nationalist fires you see burning around the Middle East are not as natural and inevitable as you may think. It worked, and now Assad presents himself as the defender of a secular Syria against Sunni fanatics. The minute America left Iraq, he deliberately arrested Sunni leaders, deprived them of budgets and stopped paying the Sunni tribesmen who rose up against Al Qaeda.
The Palestinian extremists who recently kidnapped three Israeli youths were arsonists, aiming to blow up any hope of restarting Israeli-Palestinian peace talks and to embarrass Palestinian moderates.
But they had help. Radical Jewish settler supporters in the Israeli cabinet, like Naftali Bennett and housing minister Uri Ariel, are arsonists. It is hard for people who have not lived in the Arab world to appreciate that Shiites and Sunnis in places like Iraq, Lebanon or Bahrain often intermarry.
Majorities in all countries oppose any form of U. I recently gave the commencement address at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani, in Kurdistan. Its student body is 70 percent Kurdish, and the rest are mostly Shiites and Sunnis from across Iraq. With the right leadership, people in the region can and do get along. It is why for all the talk of breaking Iraq into three parts, it is has never been the preferred choice of most Iraqis. You actually have to work at burning them up.
To be sure, harmony between different sects requires order, but it does not have to be iron-fisted. Iraqis just last April held fair elections on their own.
They can do it. That requires the right leadership. Are you an arsonist or are you a firefighter? The past month has presented the world with what the Israeli analyst Orit Perlov describes as the two dominant Arab governing models: Both have failed and will continue to fail — and require coercion to stay in power — because they cannot deliver for young Arabs and Muslims what they need most: The situation is not totally bleak. You have two emergent models, both frail and neither perfect, where Muslim Middle East nations have built decent, democratizing governance, based on society and with some political, cultural and religious pluralism: Again both are works in progress, but what is important is that they did emerge from the societies themselves.
You also have the relatively soft monarchies — like Jordan and Morocco — that are at least experimenting at the margins with more participatory governance, allow for some opposition and do not rule with the brutality of the secular autocrats.
And results can only come from policies of inclusion , that would give all forces a stake in the system, thereby producing stability, checks and balances, and ultimately prosperity.
ISIS and Sisi cannot win. Unfortunately, it might take exhausting all other options before a critical mass is developed that internalizes this basic fact. That is the challenge of the new generation in the Arab world, where 70 percent of the population is under 30 years of age.
The old generation, secular or religious, seems to have learned nothing from the failure of the postindependence era to achieve sustainable development, and the danger of exclusionist policies.
Indeed, the Iraq founded in is gone with the wind. The new Egypt imagined in Tahrir Square is stillborn. Too many leaders and followers in both societies seem intent on giving their failed ideas of the past another spin around the block before, hopefully, they opt for the only idea that works: This could take a while, or not.
We tend to make every story about us. But this is not all about us. But we also helped open their doors to a different future, which their leaders have slammed shut for now. Going forward, where we see people truly committed to pluralism, we should help support them. And where we see islands of decency threatened, we should help protect them. But this is primarily about them, about their need to learn to live together without an iron fist from the top, and it will happen only when and if they want it to happen.
There is much talk right now about America teaming up with Iran to push back the coalition of Sunni militias that has taken over Mosul and other Sunni towns in western Iraq and Syria. Iraq and Syria are twins: First, it was by soft-fisted Ottomans who ruled through local notables in a decentralized fashion, then by iron-fisted British and French colonial powers and later by iron-fisted nationalist kings and dictators.
Today, the Ottomans are gone, the British and French are gone and now many of the kings and dictators are gone. Each country is now faced with the challenge of trying to govern itself horizontally by having the different sects, parties and tribes agree on social contracts for how to live together as equal citizens who rotate power. Tunisia and Kurdistan have done the best at this transition. Libya has collapsed into intertribal conflict.
Yemen struggles with a wobbly tribal balance. In Iraq, the Shiite prime minister, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki — who had the best chance, the most oil money and the most help from the U. So today, it seems, a unified Iraq and a unified Syria can no longer be governed vertically or horizontally. The leaders no longer have the power to extend their iron fists to every border, and the people no longer have the trust to extend their hands to one another. It would appear that the only way they can remain united is if an international force comes in, evicts the dictators, uproots the extremists and builds consensual politics from the ground up — a generational project for which there are no volunteers.
But the necessary turned out to be impossible: The post-Saddam generation of Iraqi leaders turned out to be like abused children who went on to be abusive parents.
The Iranians constantly encouraged Shiite supremacy and frustrated our efforts to build pluralism. Mosques and charities in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Kuwait and Qatar continued to fund preachers and fighters who promoted the worst Sunni extremism.
And thousands of Muslim men marched to Syria and Iraq to fight for jihadism, but none marched there to fight for pluralism. I could say that before President Obama drops even an empty Coke can from a U. I could say that that is the necessary condition for reunification of Iraq. But I have to say this: It feels both too late and too early to stop the disintegration — too late because whatever trust there was between communities is gone, and Maliki is not trying to rebuild it, and too early because it looks as if Iraqis are going to have to live apart, and see how crazy and impoverishing that is, before the different sects can coexist peacefully.
Pluralism came to Europe only after many centuries of one side or another in religious wars thinking it could have it all, and after much ethnic cleansing created more homogeneous nations. Europe also went through the Enlightenment and the Reformation.
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However, when referring to more than one performer, of both sexes, actor is preferred as a term for male performers. Actor is also used before the name of a performer as a gender-specific term.
Within the profession, the re-adoption of the term dates to the —s. As Whoopi Goldberg put it in an interview with the paper, Im an actor — I can play anything. In , the Los Angeles Times stated that Actress remains the term used in major acting awards given to female recipients.
However, player remains in use in the theatre, often incorporated into the name of a group or company, such as the American Players. Also, actors in improvisational theatre may be referred to as players, prior to Thespis act, Grecian stories were only expressed in song, dance, and in third person narrative.
In honor of Thespis, actors are commonly called Thespians, the exclusively male actors in the theatre of ancient Greece performed in three types of drama, tragedy, comedy, and the satyr play. Western theatre developed and expanded considerably under the Romans, as the Western Roman Empire fell into decay through the 4th and 5th centuries, the seat of Roman power shifted to Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire.
Records show that mime, pantomime, scenes or recitations from tragedies and comedies, dances, from the 5th century, Western Europe was plunged into a period of general disorder. Science fiction is difficult to define, as it includes a range of subgenres and themes. Author and editor Damon Knight summed up the difficulty, saying science fiction is what we point to when we say it, a definition echoed by author Mark C.
Glassy, who argues that the definition of science fiction is like the definition of pornography, you do not know what it is, in or William Atheling Jr. According to science fiction writer Robert A, rod Serlings definition is fantasy is the impossible made probable.
Science fiction is the improbable made possible, Science fiction is largely based on writing rationally about alternative possible worlds or futures. Science fiction elements include, A time setting in the future, in alternative timelines, a spatial setting or scenes in outer space, on other worlds, or on subterranean earth.
Characters that include aliens, mutants, androids, or humanoid robots, futuristic or plausible technology such as ray guns, teleportation machines, and humanoid computers.
Scientific principles that are new or that contradict accepted physical laws, for time travel, wormholes. New and different political or social systems, e. A product of the budding Age of Reason and the development of science itself. Isaac Asimov and Carl Sagan considered Keplers work the first science fiction story and it depicts a journey to the Moon and how the Earths motion is seen from there.
Later, Edgar Allan Poe wrote a story about a flight to the moon, more examples appeared throughout the 19th century. Wells The War of the Worlds describes an invasion of late Victorian England by Martians using tripod fighting machines equipped with advanced weaponry and it is a seminal depiction of an alien invasion of Earth.
In the late 19th century, the scientific romance was used in Britain to describe much of this fiction. This produced additional offshoots, such as the novella Flatland, the term would continue to be used into the early 20th century for writers such as Olaf Stapledon. In the early 20th century, pulp magazines helped develop a new generation of mainly American SF writers, influenced by Hugo Gernsback, the founder of Amazing Stories magazine.
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The Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Executive director Katherine Maher , Wikimedia Foundation and chapters finance meeting , Paris. Art Music Party Culture. Art Music Party Concert. This event is open to the public, as well as members of other organizations who seek to debate policies that respect net neutrality and human rights.
The goal of the event is to bring together a variety of individuals and organizations from different fields of expertise and backgrounds.
We are seeking speakers, sponsors, presenters and volunteers for the upcoming event that will be held March 2nd to 4th, in Jerusalem. Opportunities are available to participate online. This event will take place directly after the Purim holiday festivals, and attendees are encouraged to arrive a couple days before the event. The conference will also include a day of touring around the city.
The preferred language of the speeches is English. Below you will find a discussion of the themes for the conference and information about applying. Any inquiries can be sent to keith. Information about the event is available at: The event will take place at three locations within Jerusalem over a period of three days.
Times where each event will occur are available on our website and will be updated at the following site: The live stream url will be added prior to the event. If you would like to participate in the event from abroad as a speaker or listener, please indicate that you are "going" to receive a url for remote participation. Come recover in our after-party, dance, beer, soup and home-made hamantaschen See you there: All of this plus impressive quantities of art, a stellar lineup and some of the widest and fullest sound systems ever heard in these parts.
Sailing from Hamiffal's yard into the unknown. Art Music Concert Culture. Magnificat Piano Festival Teachers' Concert. Teachers of the Magnificat Institute will play in a special concert dedicated to the piano. Leave all your stress at the door, and come experience a lively, fun, joyful, amazing dance to Big Band jazz music from the swing era. You will exercise, learn to dance, laugh, and meet new friends, all in one night! We're on the very very top floor of Binyan Clal on Agripas.
There are several entrances to the building, the entrance on Yafo street near the Davidka train stop is always open, the Agripas ones are sometimes locked Once you're in, go up ALL the stairs. No prior dance experience is necessary, and you don't need to bring a partner. Over time, we'll all learn to lead and follow. We're excited to invite you into our swing dancing community!!
Raincoat live in Jerusalem 5. Art Music Concert Culture Community. With Daniel Azuelos and creative Jerusalem people. Besarabia bar for all musicians over the world! Every monday - Art Performance Theatre Culture. Apo Sahagian, a Jerusalemite-Armenian singer and songwriter will present an evening of live Armenian folk music entangled with storytelling, stretching from the Armenian Highlands to the Diaspora in Jerusalem and back.
Ladies, come to Gula at the First Station for an evening of laughter! Doors open at 8: Bring your friends - women only. Armenian Ceramics, March 11 Armenian ceramic artist George Sandrouni, owner of an Armenian ceramics studio in the Old City of Jerusalem, will talk about the history of the art of tile decoration, its characteristic geometric motifs, its production process, and the current state of this art. Please PM us for ticket info. Cheryl Lieberman Jerusalem Octapella Conducted by: Daniel Arad Two a cappella choirs comprised of singers from all over the globe will meet on one stage for an unforgettable night of musical entertainment without a single instrument.
Art Music Party Concert Culture. We are happy to invite everyone to our open house where potential students can meet teachers, hear about courses, and get their levels assessed by our staff! Come hand out with us at the beautiful "Miffal" Spring All levels of Hebrew and Arabic evening courses- 14 weeks from March 18th- June 20th with one week break Arabic Beginners: Our goal is not to learn grammar or spelling, it's to acquire the tools to understand what's going on and to be able to express ourselves about a topic, which is important and interesting for us - be it politics, history, environment, culture, art, etc.
Here every student is a teacher and every teacher is a student. For the detailed course descriptions look here: Art Visual Arts Screening. Traditional Armenian Dress and Armenian Embroidery, March 14 Maro Sandrouni, designer and owner of the Armenian Gallery in the Old City, will present traditional men's and women's Armenian clothing and describe the periods, regions and events during which it was customary to wear these outfits.
She will also discuss Armenian embroidery, an art that developed in the Armenian diaspora in the Ottoman Empire and explain how it reached Jerusalem. Maya Dunietz — pianist, singer, composer, choir conductor and sound artist, recording and performing worldwide in a broad range of musical genres.
One of the most influential figures on the Israeli jazz and free music scene. Culture Lecture Community Meeting. Koryoun of the Armenian Patriarchate will talk about the development of the Armenian Church as a distinct stream in Christianity; the fact that the Armenian nation was the first to accept Christianity as a state religion, and about the history of the Armenian Patriarchate in Jerusalem.
Art Visual Arts Community Celebration. Honored to have with us the legendary Lazer Lloyd to kick things off with an acoustic set! The show is happening at the Gula club on the lovely First Station boardwalk. An independent Israeli rap crew, est. This is how there style, a combination of a fresh and new sound, with deep and honest "Underground" lyrics, was created.Bring your friends - women. Nasif typifies the secular, connected, newly urbanized young people who spearheaded the democracy uprisings here and in Egypt, Yemen and Tunisia. Every monday - Sheffi, Smadar 15 October, Armon Azoulay, Ellie 26 October, Artists: Any inquiries can be sent to keith.