Here's a chance for the younger generation to prove their skills!

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Children’s Chagim Cover Contest
Category: Arts Community
Issue No. 175
 

Helen highly recommends the exhibition at the Israel Museum - Dress Codes: Revealing the Jewish Wardrobe. The fascinating exhibition reveals how local habitat strongly influenced Jewish wardrobes. Most of the clothes come from communities from Egypt and Tunisia on the west to Iran and India on the east whereas few garments from Nazi occupied Europe survived the Holocaust.

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Recalling the way we wear
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

ENJOY a new once-a-month walk to four different Ein Hod artists and residents

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The unseen artists in their studios
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

An important element of Jewish history, ORT, the Organization for Rehabilitation through Training, is a splendid Jewish charity that includes carpet weaving. More than 100,000 people in Israel alone owe their skills, trades and vocations to ORT. This article details the different intricacies of three special rugs that incorporate Jewish cultural forms.

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Rugs that depict Jewish culture
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

Maestro Gil Shohat once again treated his audience to a wonderful, memorable evening in Herzliya Pituach, delighting everyone with his music and explanations. Also much enjoyed was the tasty buffet and accompanying wine. This project facilitates the raising of much needed funds for the Hand In Hand Food Pantry, one of ESRA'S projects.

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Pianist Gil plays on to help feed more hungry mouths
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

Readers are invited to the opening of Anat Agami's second exhibition at the Agam Gallery in Raanana. It will take place on Saturday, August 16 at 20:30.

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Exhibitions roaring to go
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

With Last Stop, Shula Spiegel Productions and Dana Eden have produced an Israeli film masterpiece. The "new" Tel-Aviv central bus station is used as a metaphor for describing Tel-Aviv's underbelly and presents a disturbing picture of a city in transition

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Life in the city’s underbelly - A Film Review
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

Michael higly recommends Wes Anderson’s newest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. He feels it is perhaps his best and most interesting work filled with fascinating, likeable, and delightedly despicable characters played by the filmmaker’s usual regulars.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel - A film review
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

Steffa Reis will be showing a group of works with the title “Abstracts – Old and New” at the Seven Stars Gallery in Herzliya Pituach

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Abstracts – Old and New: Steffa Reis Exhibition
Category: Arts
Issue No. 175
 

Barbara Blum once again gave a fascinating lecture about about the unique nature of the violin, and more about the Master violinist, Isaac Stern

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Isaac Stern – and the hair from a horse’s tail in Mongolia
Category: Arts
Issue No. 174
 
 
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