DHRUPAD singing workshop

Wednesday 27.05
at 20:00

Wiretappings are proud to host voice artist Meira Asher for an intensive two day DHRUPAD singing workshop. The workshop will be ended with a special
concert featuring Asher and the participating singers.

DHRUPAD is the ancient, traditional indian classical singing. The workshop will offer a preliminary immersion into the style’s elements such as melody, rythme and improvisation.

Workshop times: Tuesday the 26th: 19:00 – 23:00, Wedensday the 27th: 9:00 – 13:00, the concert will be held on Wednesday at 20:00.

For more details: wiretappingbarbur@gmail.com

The event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1617484128538088/

A call for proposals from Barbur

Dear friends,

These days, along with returning to normal day to day operation, we have started the process to request permanent space allocation for Barbur, and for this we call you to join “Barbur community”: Nachlaot, city center, the market area and other neighboring areas residents are invited to come to the gallery in person (as a real written signature is required), and join the list. The more people the better!

Come visit us Mondays to Thursdays between 4pm and 8pm, and on Fridays between 11am and 2pm.

And whoever wants to kickstart some project or activity at Barbur, or to join an existing activity, is invited to contact us by replying to this email, or on Facebook.

Barbur is reopening, with new exhibition

After six months of relentless public campaign for continued existence of the gallery, and a four-month involuntary break, we are pleased to announce the return to full activity

The festive re-opening will take place on

Friday 30.01
at 12:00

with the the opening of the new exhibition

Alliance

Solo exhibition by Hadas Ophrat

Wire-tapping: Special radio event

Wednesday 03.12
at 19:00

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The event will take place at Hamazkeka, 3 Shushan street

The public is invited

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Experimental communities

About the politics of musical ensembles, between voices and instruments, audience and performers.

How artistic models and social utopies interact.

Sitting in circle:

Avner Amit, Tal Avraham, Chanan Ben Simon, Tomer Damsky, Noa Haran, Yifeat Ziv, Nitai Levi, Ayelet Lerman, Orr Sinai, Lars Sergel, Faye Shapiro and special surprise guests

You can listen to the recording of the previous programme, VOICE (NO) BODY, here:

http://jlm.fm/home/tag/wire-tapping/

The event on facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/events/366273363556146/