Independent animator and illustrator. Graduated from Bezalel Department of Screen Based Arts. Lives and works in Haifa. Together with Ofeq Shemer, she creates short films that combine material and digital techniques. The films have been featured at festivals and exhibitions in Israel and around the world.
Painter, graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem; since 1992 his works have been exhibited in one-man and group shows in Israel and abroad, and are held in collections of the Israel Museum and the Tel Aviv Museums; among others won the Ministry of Science, Culture and Sports Young Artist Award for 2001, and the Benno Gitte Award by the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in 2008.
Artistic and General Director of Hazira. A Theatre director and space designer, he is a graduate of the School of Visual Theater (2001) and has been teaching at the school since 2006. He is a member of the artistic committee of Bat-yam Festival of Street Art and Theater (2015-2017). He is one of the founders of the artists compound Fest’ Factory and the Pandora Collective. In his work, Drori creates live, intensive and poetic performances, based on human performers that act side by side with robotic objects. These are built by Drori and his team through detailed, unique manual work. In his work, Drori creates landscapes of artificial nature, which give rise to mythical tensions between human consciousness, technology, and nature. His work moves within the boundaries of theater, performance, and installation. His creative work has won recognition both in Israel and around the world and his works have been shown in more than 20 countries. These include a presentation of his work at the Barbican center in London, the Nord-Zone Performance Festival in Groningen, The Netherlands, and the Taipei Art Festival, Taiwan. His works are based on extended developmental processes and cooperative international productions. He is the winner of the Rosenblum Prize, 2010.
Performance and installation artist, graduate of The School of Visual Theatre in Jerusalem (2011) and DasArts – Master of Theatre in Amsterdam (2015).
Ana Wild is a young girl, a graceful punk, a memorisation maven, interested in voice, in speaking, in words, in knowledge-structures, in anthropology, history, mythology, poetry, graphic design, electricity, in creation ex-nihlis, in musicality, learning, understanding, repetition, cyclicality, in Hebrew, English, French, Arabic, in translation, in print, in magic, in adventure, in friendship, in agency and in power. Her work oscillates between the theatre and the gallery, and was presented in Seoul, Geneva, Brussels and more. In Israel, her work was shown in MoBY – Bat-Yam Museum for contemporary art, Habait theatre in Jaffa and more. Her work “Worlds, a Canaan-Futuristic Song Cycle” was produced by Hazira, Jerusalem and co-produced by l’Arsenic, Lausanne. In 2019 the work was nominated for the PREMIO prize in Switzerland. In 2018-19 Wild was a fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart. Between 2021-22, She will be a resident in Artport, Tel-Aviv. Wild teaches at the “Olympus” study program for artists at the Liebling Haus.
- Materials and Spaces
Dr. Dafna ben-shaul
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A senior lecturer at the Tel Aviv University Department of Theatre Arts, where she heads the Actor-Creator-Researcher Study Track, and teaches at the School of Visual Theatre in Jerusalem. Her research addresses aesthetics and the ideology of performances, the reflexive performance, the void as a performative phenomenon in theatre and performance groups as well as contemporary Israeli theatre. She heads the "Practical\Theoretical Research Laboratory" Program together with Prof. Freddie Rokem, Prof. Nurit Yaari and Prof. Ruth Kanner, funded by the Humanities Fund for an innovative humanities teaching project.
- Orbits: On Place & Journey
Artist and Director. Director of Miklat 209. During 2009-2017, he was the Head of the School of Visual Theater. Founder and curator of the school’s International Performance Conference. An editor in of the journal Maakaf. Studied at the École des Beaux Arts in France and the Central Saint Martins College in London. Taught at the Central Saint Martins College and served as head of the program of Space Design at Shenkar College. Creates stage works, sound' theatre, dance and performance, in theatres, museums and festivals in Israel and around the world.
- Towards the Finale
Acting teacher and coach. Studied at Lee Strasberg’s acting school in New York, and trained in diverse acting techniques that involve the body, voice, text, and space, including Anne Bogart’s Viewpoints and Ruth Zaporah’s Action Theatre. Holds a bachelor’s degree in cinema from the New School University, New York, and a master’s degree in theatre (with special honors) from Tel Aviv University. Teaches acting and stage presence at SVT, the Hebrew University, Move Studio, Beit Zvi, Shenkar, the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and leads private group actor training workshops as well as one on one sessions. Has served on several committees, among them: IsraDrama & International Exposure of Israeli Theatre, the Fringe Section of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, Golden Hedgehog Jury, Sal Tarbut, and Culture for the Periphery.
Hila Cohen Schneiderman
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Kineret Haya Max
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- Applied Poetics
Meirav Ben David
Meirav Ben Davidmbendavid20@gmail.com
Singer and interdisciplinary artist. Graduate of vocal studies at the Jerusalem Academy of Music. Specialized in medieval music of France and Italy, Arab music and Ladino singing. Performs the music-theatrical works 'Virga' and 'Membrana', and in the concert 'Amant de mo name" - Jewish music of the Sephardi diaspora, published by the French label "Alpha". Member of creative research group 'Vertigo' in the framework of culture labs, has taken part in creating the performance 'Mamalela'. Currently performing her new work 'Ode to the Box'. Senior instructor of the "Discovering the Voice" method.
- Voice and Choir Class
Independent animator and special effects supervisor in the film and television industry. Graduated from Bezalel Department of Screen Based Arts. Lives and works in Haifa. Together with Ada Rimon, he creates short films that combine material and digital techniques, with an emphasis on the interplay of sound and image. The films have been featured at festivals and exhibitions in Israel and around the world.
שחר קדם, 1989- רמת הגולן. שחר יוצר עצמאי החוקר את מקומם ותִפקודם של חפצים שימושיים, חללי פנים ומרחבי חוץ, תרבות אוכל ומחשבה קולינרית- בחיי היומיום. בסיס היצירה שלו נע בין מרכז הארץ לרמת הגולן ולרוב משתקפים בעבודותיו חילופי החומרים והיחסים בין פנים לחוץ, פרא וביוּת. בוגר התואר הראשון לעיצוב תעשייתי בבצלאל, והתוכנית המקוונת של קולקטיב המעצבים ההולנדי- Dutch Invertuals Academy, מרצה מן החוץ ב H.I.T במחלקה לעיצוב תעשייתי. פועל על הרצף שבין עיצוב ואומנות ועוסק בניהול והפקת פרוייקטים בתחומים אלו.
(2022) אוצר התערוכה "שוד ושבר" בשיתוף רשות העתיקות עבור שבוע העיצוב ירושלים.
(2021-2023) חבר בחממת המעצבים של מפעל הפייס במוזיאון העיצוב חולון- לעיצוב ואוכל - תערוכה שתציג במרץ 2023 (אוצרת המוזיאון- מאיה דבש, אוצרות התערוכה- ליאורה רוזין ודנה בן-שלום). (2021-2022) תערוכה משותפת בגלריית BY5 בתל אביב ("מיד ליד" בתערוכה אנגז'ה, אוצרות- מירב רהט ומיכל קרסני), מיצג קיר בתערוכה "אוצרות האדמה", מוזיאון המדע בירושלים, תערוכה משותפת "True Matter" של קבוצת Dutchinvertuals כחלק משבוע העיצוב באיינדהובן (בשיתוף עם טל פרגר- גלילי). ליווי פרוייקט הגמר של שירה מרק, בית הספר לתיאטרון חזותי, ירושלים- תכנון אובייקט קינטי למיצג תנועה.
עיצוב חלל התערוכה "באין פסנתר" (אורי דובדבני, גלריה ברבור בירושלים). עיצוב ובניית חלל הסלון בכנס פרפורמנס- 9, בית הספר לתיאטרון חזותי בירושלים, בשיתוף עם כרמל בר- סטודיו Mela. ניהול פרוייקט ועיצוב חלל- בית הפואטרי סלאם תל אביב.
- חומרים וחפצים – יסודות בתלת מימד
Shani Tamari Matan
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- Pursuing the history of dance
- Just Say Yes !
Tomer Damsky is a sound artist, graduate of the New Music Department in Musrara, external studies
at the School of Visual Theater, and the Department of Art, Film & Theater Studies at the Open
University. She researches philosophies of listening and social dissonance in a context of gender,
performance and existential boredom and wanders the areas between voice, drumming, improvisation,
electronics and amplified metal sculpture. Participated in musical and stage projects such as the
theatrical Doom Metal parody "PARVE", the play "Raful and the Sea" and ceremonial performance
"Ghom! A Gibberish Cantata" by Yonatan Levy, Nir Shauloff and Noam Enbar. Creates, performs and
designs sound for dance pieces such as Yasmeen Godder's "Simple Action", "CLIMAX" and
"Common Emotions". Together with her partners in OOMVABOREG collective builds sound and video
installations, exhibited in Musrara Mix Festival, InDnegev, Tectonics Festival and Medditeranea
Young Artists Biennale in Albania. Member of A/V trio WACKELKONTAKT. Active in the underground
and DIY community, one of the founders of Studio Straus collective and a Teacher in Musrara Art School.
Yonatan Levi, a writer, director, artist, journalist and a teacher. lives in Tivon, and one of the funders of Shaked – Voldorf high school in Kiriat Tivon. a funder of Shech Abrek for civil culture. an ex editor of the magazine ‘Man World’. his first plays collection “Malchitavas – Liric Drama and Dramatic Poetry” was publish under “Dahak”, with the support of Hazira. working for a premier at the Luksemburg Opera House.