Over 40% of Israeli children are believed to suffer from some form of PTSD. This number reaches 80% in children living in Israel’s south areas. Here is how we help! http://bit.ly/1QCPidn Advertisements Continue reading Can Artists Heal Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?
We had the ultimate pleasure to be part of our first International Gala – at the Painting A Difference Gala for Artists 4 Israel hosted by … Continue reading Time for Celebration (We’re in London)
Artists 4 Israel – Murality 3, Ep. 4: The Colors of Hebron from Artists4 Israel on Vimeo. Continue reading The Colors of Hebron (video)
“The people who are the most inspiring in Israel tend to be from the cultural community. The writers, the directors, the poets, the musicians, they are truly extraordinary people doing amazing work, peace giving work, working towards peace all the … Continue reading We love Helen Mirren
The Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art is a currently running exhibition at the Rutgers-Camden in Camden, New Jersey, USA. An exhibition dedicated to Israeli artists and Israeli artists only. Brave intentions, firm commitments, and, what could … Continue reading “We are not deterred one iota by BDS efforts” – Q&A with Martin Rosenberg, co-curator of “Visions of Place”
“We are two nutcases who love challenges in the street of all shapes and sizes, so we said – of course, it’s possible.” Read the full article HERE! View this post on Instagram #israel humor #breastcancerawareness A post shared by Artists 4 Israel (@artists4israel) on Oct 22, 2015 at 2:49pm PDT Continue reading How do you know you’ve just met an artist from Israel? (ARTIST NEWS)
November, 2014 – HADASSAH MAGAZINE “Though A4I works with artists in all media, it focuses on graffiti and street artists (usually non-Jewish males ages 18 to 35) whose “contemporary, urban and disruptive” works “produce beautiful, radical and effective advocacy initiatives,” according to the A4I website. “Graffiti art is the most democratic of art forms,” explains cofounder and executive director Craig Dershowitz, 37, former creative director of BOMBIN’, a graffiti magazine. “While most media [have] rules and judgments, and artists need materials and a gallery, graffiti art needs only a marker. A spray paint can is the highest form of supplies … Continue reading HADASSAH MAGAZINE: Writing on the Wall