Karen Alkalay-Gut

Poetry Reading by Karen Alkalay-Gut When Karen Alkalay-Gut arrived in Israel in 1972, and found herself in a non-English speaking environment, she began holding dialogues with herself through poetry. “Poems became

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Ambassador

Ambassador Program Yom Yerusalayim in the streets of Jerusalem Courtesy: D. Green Jewish students, educators and community leaders in the Diaspora face many challenges as

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Medical Clowning

Medical Clowning Workshop Myra Shoub Nelson¬† of the New Jersey-based organization, Mitzvah Clowns, will present a closed workshop to students in Simhat HaLev’s medical clowning school. Topic: An American Perspective on Clown Makeup including

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winegolan

Winemaking Workshop Winemaking workshop on Kibbutz El-Rom in the Golan Heights: From mid-August, make your own wine in a one-day session that is held daily until mid-September. Families begin by picking grapes

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JNF

Tu B’Shvat Workshops Tu B’Shvat or the Holiday of the Trees is the time to hike in Israel’s wonderful forests, and plant trees. Check out the Keren Kayemet site to see how you can

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jazz

Jazz on the Red Sea Red Sea Jazz Festival Eilat, Israel August 26-29, 2002 For musicians, tickets and schedule, click here. Photos courtesy of Ruti

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Mosaic

Mosaic Workshops By Yael Portugheis Explore how to arrange your ideas and bring a concept to life without using mixed media. Learn how to manipulate colored stones to express the

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Archeology

Archaeology Digs Sifting and digging through dirt in Israel’s treasure-rich earth may be your way of bridging the past with the present. Join a summer archaeology course and dig at

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Lens

Through A Lens For Ruti Rubenstein, photography is a means to a deeper understanding of her own feelings as well as an opportunity to view and produce inspirational photographs that tell

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Violin

Violin Mastercourse in the Galilee Four hundred and twenty applicants vie for 50 places in the annual Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse. “Keshet [Hebrew word for bow] is more than a bow.

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