“Thank you so much for joining us in Cincinnati and inspiring our students both artistically & about opportunities in Israel! We have had several students approach our staff thanking us for this program and saying it was their favorite Hillel … Continue reading What A4I Campus tours means for the Campuses
View this post on Instagram #israel at #ucla A post shared by ARTISTS 4 ISRAEL (@artists4israel) on Oct 17, 2015 at 2:53pm PDT Continue reading New Week – New Hopes A4I
In 2011, A4I visited the center for at-risk youth at the Ein Gedi Kibbutz to beautify their room. Our international roster of the world’s greatest graffiti artists set fire to the night sky. Film by Dred of HotMop Continue reading A4I at the Ein Gedi Kibbutz (VIDEO)
Thanks for UConn Stands With Israel for the great wrap-up from our last campus visit! This past Friday, Huskies for Israel and StandWithUs brought Artists 4 Israel to the UConn campus. As one of the first events this academic school year, it accomplished … Continue reading Artists 4 Israel featured at UConn Stands With Israel
This is was just so amazing: We got stopped by a local in Netanya asking if Artists 4 Israel could come to Holon as well. And we would love that! Continue reading Come to Holon!
“Anything is better than those old crumbling walls,” says Yaron while I stop him at Herzl Street in Netanya. “So, you just think that anything is better than the old walls, but you don’t actually like these graffiti?”, I tried to press … Continue reading When A4I goes Incognito in Netanya
Papoose’s Alphabetical Slaughter is a powerful song where each verse uses only words beginning with one of the 26 letters of the alphabet. At first, it seems like a disjointed, poetic exercise in excess (and it is). Papoose’s rapid delivery … Continue reading Alphabet Soup: Angrily Beating Conformity
This letter originally appeared on Wednesday, July 23, 2013, on the official (today archived) Blog of Artists 4 Israel. An Open Letter to Shuki Sadeh and the Haaretz My name is Craig Dershowitz and I am the Executive Director of Artists … Continue reading An Open Letter to Shuki Sadeh and the Haaretz