Tue 25 September 2018 - Thu 27 September 2018 | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Art workshops inspired by Pop Art at Kedumim Square, tours and visits to galleries and stoddies Artist in the alleys of Old Jaffa, the exhibition “Going Out” # 2 in the street gallery and a meeting with artists at the Jaffa Museum ”

25-27.9 from 10: 00-17: 00 At Kedumim Square >>
Art activity with a sign and inspiration for “Pop Art” for children and the whole family.
We will paint, assemble, thread, decorate and create mobiles and signs for the door inspired by the most colorful art genre there is!
Free participation – let’s create!

24 hours a day, 7 days a week In the street gallery in the alleyways >>
Exhibition going out in light 2
The best works of graduates of art schools and academies throughout Israel are displayed in boxes of light illuminated by darkness.
Admission is free!

Pop – Up Open Artist Studio with the artist Lilach Madar Pisces Alley
Let’s watch the creative process of the collage artist Lilach Madar and expose the first to works that will star in the most interesting exhibitions.
Admission is free!

Pop-Up Open Artist Studio with Collective 45/46 | Kedumim Square Alley
Let us observe the creative process of the group of street artists from Collective 45/46 and see before everyone how they plan to make our public space much more interesting.
Admission is free!

At the Jaffa Museum there is currently a project called “Site” – a multi-disciplinary artist’s stay project, hosted and hosted by the Jaffa Museum Gulf of Solomon
As part of the project, it will be possible to visit and view the artists and their works (entrance during the hours of operation and free of charge). Among the artists: Michal Ben Yaakov / Yasmin Vardi / Dor Even-Chen / Odelia Shimoni / Lior Lachman / Nimrod Gershoni / Mia Sharbani / Gym Uri Carmeli, Naama Bar-Or, Tal Stadler, Ruth Leonov.
Admission is free!

and also:
Pop-Up Studio Artist Lilach Madar Host – Succot workshops for children and parents.

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