Embassy of Israel - Cultural Calendar
March 1, 2016 - April 3, 2016

Israeli Cultural Calendar


Naomi Safran-Hon: House Without a Home
January 26 - April 3
Goucher College

In this body of work, Safran-Hon investigates her relationship to Israel and its ongoing conflict. Revealing the fragility of the human experience, the exhibit brings together 13 pieces that depict fragments of a house that don’t create a home. To read more, click here.

Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemprary Israeli Art
February 5 - April 3
Towson University

Geography, in its physical, personal, religious, intellectual, political, existential, historical, economic and other manifestations, is an inescapable part of Israeli life, its psyche and art. This exhibition includes the work of 36 contemporary artists, all Israeli citizens, who deal with this central aspect of Israeli art. To read more,click here.

Staring Back at the Sun: Israeli Video Art, 1972 - 2015
February 5 - April 3
Towson University

Tracing the development of the medium in Israel and exploring how artists have employed technology and material to examine the socio-political status quo, this exhibit showcases the work of 34 artists including many early performances, films and videos never before presented outside of Israel. To read more, click here.


Dorit Feldman: Reflective Geophilosophy
February 12 - March 20
Jordan Faye Contemporary

Combining photographic images of archaeological, historical, and geographical sites, with quotations from ancient maps, Dorit Feldman produces elegant paintings and collages that address how time and place are interconnected. To read more,click here.



Performances by Oren Laor and Niv Sheinfeld
February 29 - March 1
University of Virginia

Join us for a series of performances by, screenings, and discussions with Israeli dancers Oren Laor and Niv Sheinfeld. To read more, click here.


Israeli Film Series
February 6- March 6
Towson University

The Department of Art + Design and the Department of Electronic Media & Film present the Israeli Film Series. The festival's films are CupcakesRabin in His Own WordsApples from the Desert, andBorrowed Identity. To read more, click here.

Washington Jewish Film Festival
February 24 - March 6
Various Locations

One of the largest and most respected Jewish film festivals in North America, the Washington Jewish Film Festival is an international exhibition of cinema that celebrates the diversity of Jewish history, culture and experience through the moving image. To read more, click here.



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