"The tour was excellent. Informative, descriptive and connected to the works themselves. Its diversity was also fantastic."
"It was interesting. The meeting was lead by the artist, Nivi Alroy, and was about the connection between the arts and sciences.
It was accessible, organized and interesting. Furthermore, the atmosphere was pleasant and informal."
"I participated in classes lead by Hagit Kazinitz, Roi Kuper and Assaf Shaham and each in his own way was interesting and inspiring."
"At Benyamini House, they took the even very seriously; they brought the highest degree of artists and professors, provided a respectable working space and materials as needed."
"It was very interesting and enriching. I expected to learn a little about graffiti in Tel Aviv and I got to know many artists whose work I’ve seen in the past without knowing it was theirs."
"Nitzan Minz was excellent, very diverse, pleasant and interesting. Liat Segal was great, and opened my mind to new possibilities."
"The meeting with Yoav Weiss was very interesting and educational. He presented slides and talked about topics that interested me and presented art projects that I wasn’t familiar with.
Tzion Abraham Hazan’s project was different and very interesting."
"The idea of combining academics with the world of art (like the presentation of the philosopher Moshe Zuckermann with the photographer Sheffy Bleier) seems to me an interesting idea whose development is worth investigating. I hope you continue the tradition!"
"It was great! Notify us next year and we’ll be there."