Sat 1 December 2018 | 7:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Beit Kandinof - Hatzofim 14, Tel Aviv,

30 Art Event | Danalogue # 8
Art takes place in space Music Dance visual art
An art event in memory of Dana Maor

The Danalog project is designed to provide a platform for collaborating communities of artists from different media fields in Israel and around the world, and to enable young artists to create in diverse environments without the costs of treasures.
The project was established about 8 years ago after the death of Dana Maor.

This year, too, young artists from academia were chosen. Artists and artists who express their worldviews.Anat Gutberg | Dan Azoulay | Guy Banaim | Guy Cohen | Hanan Keinan Inbar Maor | Itamar Cohen Kevin Allouche | May Reznikov Meital Shapiro Naama Bertini Shavit | Shachar Brener | Sharon Barbakov Sharon Cohen Shay Galor | Shir Segal | Tal Bender | Tal Ganor | Tomer Golan Valya Rozencvaig | Yael Fuxbrumer | Yoomee Khamai Ohayon | Arkadas – Arkadesh: Dor Dale | Guy Rotem | Julie Besandilove | Here Kaplinsky

Graphic Design: Maia Cowan

30 Art Event | Danalogue # 8
Visual art | Performance | Music Dance
Art event in Memory of Dana Maor

The projects main goal is to provide a stage for young artists, enable creative and professional development and to facilitate cooperation between artist communities.
Art has the power to have an important role in human learning processes and open new communication channels.
The Danalogue project was formed 8 years ago in Memory of Dana Maor.

We believe in art as a vehicle for self-expression and a means of influencing others. It is essential to the person’s happiness and brings it to transcendence and thought. The richness of its languages ​​and its fields exposes us to a multitude of observation points, to a variety of means of expression, to thought and criticism. Art has the power to play a role in human learning processes, to open up to us diverse media and absorption channels. We view art as reflecting and shaping moods, historical, social, economic, political and cultural processes.

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