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As well as working in the conventional academia I am committed to art education in non-formal contexts. This is in order to widen access to the consumption and production of culture.  It is also possible within non-formal education setting to experiment more radically and new models of teaching that can brought to academia once tested.

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Experimental Leadership

Mandel Center for Leadership in the Negev

The workshop allows for participants to get acquainted with  individual creativity and group creative processes, in order to establish the connection between creative visioning and leadership activities.

Hebrew | English


The Politics of Shapes and Forms

Bezalel Academy of Art and Design

The workshop gives insight into the dynamics and structures of relational and

collaborative art practices, examining and highlighting the

role of the individual within the processes of collaborative art, familiarizing

students with the potentials and problematics of collective creativity.

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Art and Community Engagement

Kibbutzim College 

What might artists and the communities they work with learn from one another when working together? This course considers the opportunities afforded by socially engaged practice to both facilitators and the participants questioning this binary altogether. If the facilitator is also the participant, how might this radically question our notion of participatory practice? 

Hebrew | English


Video Art​

Wizo Academic Center

It could be argued that video and moving image is perhaps the most pervasive form of cultural production. From TV to social media to advertising it is often through video that ideas are communicated to society. With most of the world having access to video cameras in their phones, it could be argued we have become a society of filmmakers. How does this impact on video as an art form?

Hebrew | English


Digital​ Media

Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Avni Institute of Art and Design

Technical innovation always has philosophical implications for the discipline it addresses. New technologies allow you to make in different ways. In this course we will explore how a series of digital revolutions has affected our understanding of the mediums and disciplines we have been accustomed to and how their shift towards the digital implicates a re-accustoming of our senses.

Hebrew | English

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