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300 Israeli Artists Give Modern Twist to Ancient Exhibits

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Plastic jugs of liquid cleaner sit in the same display as handcrafted mold-blown glass bottles from the 10th century. A 3D printer attempts to capture the beauty of an ancient golden artifact. A hand-carved wooden panda bear sits beside a gang of mummies, on a ventilator machine. These are just a few of the creative…

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Women in Israel Making Moves

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Israel is a progressive country in terms of women’s rights, especially compared to its Middle Eastern neighbors. In the secular community, women are often treated as equals, and honored as such. Yet being born into a female body confronts half the population with its challenges, and the need to work harder to achieve. Luckily, women…

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First Ethiopian-Israeli Heads to Eurovision

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Eden Alene, who has been singing since she was three, is seeing her dream come true, as the first Ethiopian-Israeli woman who will represent Israel in Eurovision 2020. Performing Beyoncé’s Halo, Alene poured her heart into her performance with her talent, charisma and spark. Voted to the top on the Israeli television song show, HaKochav…

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Dancing with Gender and Generosity

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Inspired by a challenging year for the LGBTQ community, and the absurdity of the American gender reveal party, comes a performance called Genderosity. The Fresco Dance Company, founded in 2002 by Yoram Karmi, creates a captivating stage performance inviting new kinds of conversations about gender, love, relationships and sexuality “in a most generous way.” The…

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Last Generation of Holocaust Survivors Captured in Global Project

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In honor of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, hundreds of photographers have volunteered their time and talent to capture who is the final generation of Holocaust survivors. The Lonka Project gathered 250 photographers from over 25 countries, and sent them to capture various perspectives of the lives of remaining Holocaust survivors. The…

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