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“Hakoma Lemala” – music performance


Friday, December 15 at 12:00
Hakoma lemala


Inbal Lots – Guitar, Vocals
Ariel Givant – Bass guitar, Cello
Yechiam Gets – Percussion
“Hakoma Lemala” was established last year by formerly music students from “Rimon” school for Jazz and contemporary music.

The web site of the band: Hakoma lemala

Critical Reading and Research Workshop


Monday, October 9

Critical Reading and Research Workshop – the second meeting.

After a three weeks break we are continuing the Critical Reading and Research workshop meetings conducted by Niv Hachlili.
The workshop tries to examine the texts that surround us and discern what is really happening behind them, whether is it possible to read them from different points of view, and how is it possible to learn from them.
We will learn what a research project is, how it is conducted, what are its uses, in what sense it is relevant to our lives, and whether it can bring change. We will examine the images that “Israeliut” wanted to build for itself, whether they came to life at all, and if yes, to whom.
With the help of study of events and processes that were pushed to the margins of the Israeli narrative we will try to understand what place image takes in reality, and how images are influencing our perception of it. We will see how events that were erased from collective consciousness and narrative are directly relevant to our own time.
We will analyze the role that imagery takes in building of new social and cultural system and will try to understand whether we can create independent communal platforms that will facilitate change in our society, what tools we have for their creation, and what tools we can develop. We will try to understand the place of the individual in the system, and his or her strengths and weaknesses.

Free entrance

Critical Reading and Research Workshop


On Monday, September 18 we’ve started a series of group meetings of Critical Reading and Research.
The workshop will be conducted by Niv Hachlili and will try to look at the texts around us and figure out how and what we can learn from them. What is a research project, how to conduct it, what can it be used for and in what sense does it pertain to our lives? Can independent communal platforms exist? Where does the individual fit within the system? What are his weaknesses and where does his strength lie?

Next meeting will take place in a two weeks on Monday, October 2.