Last updated September 1st 2017

Doing art and craft is a great way to meet new people, explore your creative inner-child, decorate your home, relax, or just get your hands dirty and have fun! Here are a few of our favourites…

The Tel Aviv Art Studio

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Founded by South African Olah Natasha in 2009, the Tel Aviv Art Studio runs a series of classes in English every week for all levels and all mediums. Natasha also offers private art classes and art therapy. Read more

Craft and Bloom

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Craft & Bloom is a 450 meter playground of inspiration and creativity in Jaffa. The space is open to makers – designers and artists, professionals and hobbyists – and is a place that celebrates community by hosting a variety of workshops and events in English and Hebrew by top local designers. Read more

Myriam Ceramics

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A regular Secret Tel Aviv contributor, French Olah Myriam runs pottery classes in either Hebrew, French or English. Workshops are conducted in her relaxing studio on Yitzak Sadeh. Read more

Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center

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The Benyamini School of Ceramic Art is a professional center offering courses for beginners, artists and designers who want to work within the bounds of the ceramic material. The school has a team of professional teachers running a year-round program of courses in practical and theoretical aspects of ceramics as well as workshops, lectures and master classes with artists from Israel and abroad. Most courses are conducted in Hebrew. Read more

Anat Orpaz Paper Mache Studio

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The amazingly talented Anat hosts classes out of her Frishman Studio (in Hebrew). Learn how to make professional looking sculptures using only paper mache. Read more

Neta Amir Doll Making Workshops


In her home studio in Tel Aviv, Neta conducts several workshops a month (in Hebrew and English). She places an emphasis on the development and design of each participant’s unique, creative ideas. The workshops incorporate various doll-making techniques, such as sewing, draping, and pattern making, as well as diverse handicraft techniques. Some of these varied workshops require prior skill and sewing experience, while others are suitable even for those who have never used a needle before. Read more

Hamitpara Sewing Studio

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Hamitpara runs a series of workshops for all levels in sewing and pattern making (in Hebrew and English). Read more

Achat Soroget Knitting Studio

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One Soroget started in 2012 as a blog about knitting, but grew so popular that in 2014 that they opened a shop and a workshop studio. Based in the Kerem HaTemenim next to the Shuk, they have courses for all levels most nights of the week – including an English-friendly group on Wednesdays. Read more

Tel Aviv Makers

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Tel Aviv Makers

The Tel Aviv Makers’ Studio (hackerspace) is a home for hackers, artists, woodworking hobbyists, electronics enthusiasts, robot airplane builders, electric car builders and anything else – in short, people who want to build and create. You can work with other people or alone, and take advantage of the space’s great equipment. Workshops are on Tuesdays at 8:00pm (Linux/Unix workshop) and Thursdays at 7:00pm (Guitar care and repair workshop). Read more

Studio MIRA

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Studio Mira is a place of creation and imagination. Located in Jaffa, it is a home to everyone who wishes to experiment with clay and movement. Most courses are conducted in Hebrew. Read more

Mosaic with Mia

Learn the art of breaking tile, cutting mirror, gluing tile, and grouting—all while creating something unique and beautiful. Participants will work on a mosaic from conception to completion and take home the skills needed to continue to create mosaics on their own. Read more

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