Batsheva Dance Company has been critically acclaimed and popularly embraced as one of the foremost contemporary dance companies in the world. Together with its junior Batsheva Ensemble, the Company boasts a roster of 34 dancers drawn from Israel and abroad. It maintains an extensive performance schedule locally and internationally, with over 250 performances and over 75,000 spectators per year.
For the first time in Israel, people have the opportunity to admire works of art from the point of view of the artist/collector rather than as exhibits in a sterile academic environment. The Ilana Goor Museum is located in an 18th century building surrounded by the breathtaking landscape of the shoreline of Tel Aviv and the Old Jaffa City. The museum boasts over 500 Israeli, international and authentic works of art alongside Goor's creations.
Sommer Contemporary Art is committed to promoting Israeli artists on the international art scene through ongoing ties with local galleries and major art institutions, and to bringing leading international artists to the local audience. The gallery is distinguished by the deep relationships developed with artists, creating profound significance and high level of commitment with regards to artists' aspirations and scope of work. As one of the leading galleries in the region, their aim is to engage with the community while also creating a meeting point for artistic exchanges, experimentations and dialogues.
Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, is more than a museum. This unique global institution tells the ongoing and extraordinary story of the Jewish people. Beit Hatfutsot connects Jewish people to their roots and strengthens their personal and collective Jewish identity. Beit Hatfutsot conveys to the world the fascinating narrative of the Jewish people and the essence of the Jewish culture, faith, purpose and deed while presenting the contribution of world Jewry to humanity.
The Tel Aviv Arts Council brings the best of Tel Aviv and Israeli art and culture to the world, through events in Israel and abroad. We celebrate the creative culture of Israel by providing a venue for young professional creatives and lovers of the arts to gather while attending lectures and demonstrations by world class artists, performers, and technologists.
The Center for Contemporary Art (a registered non-profit organization) was founded in 1998 to promote time-based and contemporary artistic practices in Israel. Operating from a small room at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque, the CCA managed to revolutionize the art world in Israel by presenting the most cutting-edge local and international artwork.
Nico Nitai's Karov ("Close") Theatre hosts more than 100 events annually, utilizing both an 80-seat main auditorium and a foyer/studio space. Nico Nitai’s acclaimed one-man show "The Fall" has already seen many of its 3000 performances in France and Romania. The Karov Theatre is a powerhouse of fringe activity, established to promote culture and educational projects in the Tel Aviv community. Nitai draws on diverse themes, from the classical to the contemporary, from the long-established to the innovative. His unique formula brings the audience as close to the action as the performers themselves.
The Cameri, Tel Aviv’s Municipal Theatre, was founded in 1944. It is Israel’s biggest Theatre and one of the country’s six public Theatres. Each year the Cameri stages up to ten new productions, together with twenty productions from previous years, that are performed before audiences totaling 1,000,000 people. So far, the Cameri has produced some 500 productions on its various stages, with 2,000 performances every year. The Theatre’s company includes eighty of Israel’s finest actors, and its plays are directed by celebrated directors from Israel and abroad.
With 15 years of experience as a working photographer in New York, Kfir Ziv has a reputation for creativity and excellence in the disciplines of stills, motion and fine art photography. His work emphasizes lighting mastery and control along with a clean, high energy style that compliments his spontaneous, positive approach to life. He was an early adaptor of digital media and as a result, has for more than a decade stayed on the forefront of digital photography and the relevant retouching and post-production tools. Commercial photography clients include an impressive mix of well established and up-and-coming brands like L’Oreal, Clinique, Shiseido, Voss Water, Lizzie Fortunato Jewels, Essie and Ahava.
Galitz Photography is a photography school in Ramat Gan, Israel owned by Roie Galitz. In his photos, he tries to reflect the ordinary in a special and different view, a view that will allow others to see the world as he sees it, an amazing extraordinary place. He specializes in nature photography, Infra-Red photography, Macro, Sports and other special projects. The recipe for good photography begins with imagination, continues with perfect timing and making the most out of every opportunity, and is based on solid mastering of technique, equipment and a basic knowledge of photography.
The NFCT is committed to supporting emerging and experienced filmmakers from across Israel. They facilitate the development and production of documentary films and dramas, while giving maximum expression to the multicultural nature of Israel society and promoting creative and innovative filmmaking. They initiate projects and special funding tracks so as to enrich the film industry in Israel and expand the boundaries of filmmaking. They believe in the enormous power of cinema to raise awareness and engage audiences, and we seek to support films with the potential to educate and inspire social change.
Highlight Films is a film, video and television production company that provides production services and produces co-productions in Israel, Palestine and the Middle East. Highlight Films was established in 1998 by Noam Shalev with offices in Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem and Ramallah and representation in London and New York. They are one of Israel's leading production houses, specialized in documentary and corporate productions within Israel, Palestine and other parts of the Middle East.
Zed Films is a multi-award winning Production Company that utilizes its pre and post production boutiques for both its Corporate and Television Divisions creating films from conception to final product. Located in both the cultural and economic centers of the country, Zed’s Jerusalem and Tel Aviv offices enable it to act as a one stop shop creating awe-inspiring films that transcend the imagination.
Make. Learn. Shop. Hastudia represents a revolutionary step in the DIY movement, taking the concept of “do-it-yourself” and giving it a physical home. Hastudia, or ‘the studio’, is an open, multi-disciplinary craft hub in Tel Aviv’s artsy up and coming Noga District where partons with a range of interests, at a variety of skill levels come together to create in a shared workspace and workshops.