Thursday 06.09 at 20:00
“No is Not Enough”
In the discussion will take part:
Prof. Haim Weiss, Shula Keshet, Prof. Ishai Rosen-Zvi and the Lawyer Yuli Novak(moderator)
Non-profit art gallery in Jerusalem
These days, as we celebrate the gallery’s thirteenth year, while engaged in a wide variety of art, culture and community activities, we find ourselves in the midst of a difficult and exhausting struggle.
We are fighting against the Jerusalem municipality’s attempts to close the gallery by delaying payments and preventing funds illegally. Furthermore, the municipality is constantly engaging us with lawsuits aimed at minimizing and limiting our space of operation. As a result, today we are facing a severe budget crisis and the threat of being evacuated.
At this critical moment, we appeal with a personal and urgent request to our community members, friends and art lovers, to support us by contributing a small sum to ensure the Gallery’s survival. We believe that in a joint effort we will be able to overcome these difficulties.
Over the years, Barbur Gallery has been carefully guarding the right to choose its artistic content. The gallery continues to have a rich community and social activity program that includes also discussions on controversial issues.
The Gallery’s space is an open public space for tolerant and respectful discussions. Let’s preserve these places that still exist.
There is a possibility to make a monthly contribution of 20 nis or more, or to give a one time donation of your choice.
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“Making Contact – Dialogue Through Art” is a joint project undertaken by the Shekel Association’s “Si’im, Channels in the Community” department, the Bezalel Academy for Art and Design, and the School of Visual Theater.
This is the fifth time that the project “Making Contact – Dialogue Through Art” is taking place in the Barbur Gallery.
As in previous years, this year pairs of artists are participating in the exhibition. Together they have embarked on a journey of joint creation.
Each of the couples found and experienced a different and changing creative process that expressed the participants’ desires and talents while creating a challenging and inspiring work environment.
Curators and project coordinators: Michal Rapaport and Asaf Elkalai
Hosting of artists at the Barbur Gallery
Barbur gallery is happy to announce for the fourth time the opening of the annual artists residency program Barbur B&B .
This year more than 30 artists were invited to sojourn at the gallery, each one for one day, during the month of July.
The program starts on the Sunday evening, 01.07, and will continue until 31.07.
Every day and night (except Shabbats) a different artist or artists’ group will stay at the gallery, sleeping, eating, working, performing, and meeting people.
The public is invited to visit the gallery, meet the artists, talk on the works and on life.
The residency participants come from various fields of art — plastic arts, music, dance. theater, performance, poetry, urban arts and critical writing.