Enjoy up to four days of an extraordinary workshop in an artist’s studio.
Each day, you’ll work with the artist for two to four hours, giving you plenty of time to explore and enjoy other activities for the rest of the day.
Make genuine connections with local Israelis! Spend time inside an artist’s studio creating real art with your own hands for an authentic travel adventure!
Alex was born in Tajikistan and immigrated to Israel in 1982. He completed his studies at the Bezalel Art School in Jerusalem and now lives and works in Israel.
Alex specializes in painting, sketching, artistic prints, and performances that combine painting, live music, and movement.
For many years, Alex has been teaching painting and sketching in the academy as well as privately in his studio. He uses a holistic approach in his teaching and focuses on each student’s unique personality and abilities with introspective observation.
This workshop is accessible for people of all skill levels. No prior knowledge or experience is required.
Alex will teach you his unique form of sketching and painting. The main types of drawing he will cover during your time together are figure, portrait, still, landscape, and abstract.
You’ll also get to keep your work of art!
Alex’s Art Studio in South Tel Aviv
2-3 hours a day
$675 per participant (3 days)
Single class (2-3 hours) – $275
Gershon is a professional musician, actor, and award-winning composer.
He plays a variety of musical instruments such as brass wind instruments and Middle Eastern string instruments, and he specializes in acoustic and electric oud.
Gershon has shared the stage with music giants like Bobby McFerrin and Avishai Cohen. He has also recorded and performed with leading Israeli musicians in all musical genres, ranging from mainstream rock with Israeli megastars like Berry Sakharof to avant-garde jazz with legends like Vyacheslav Ganelin.
We invite you to visit Gershon’s studio in Tel Aviv, located in the vibrant area of the historic central bus station. Here you’ll find a relatively unexplored side of Israel, which is definitely one of the most fascinating areas of Tel Aviv!
Gershon will teach you about a unique fusion of musical styles representing the different cultures of the Israeli people. This workshop is open to people of all levels of musical skill and experience.
Compose your own song, play various instruments unique to Israel, and immerse yourself in Israeli culture through music. Release your inner musician and experience Israel like never before!
Gershon’s studio in Tel Aviv
2 hours a day
$475 per participant (2 days)
Single class (1 hour) – $175
Yaara lives and works in Tel Aviv. Her work is inspired by her daily experiences in south Tel Aviv, which she translates into two- and three-dimensional art. Her plate collection features everyday elements striking a balance between the ordinary and the sacred, ‘being’ and ‘purpose.’ Yaara’s wabi-sabi plates emulate art created through a ceremony or ritual exalting nature and are distinct for their ‘imperfect perfection.’
Yaara graduated in 2009 with an Award of Excellence from the HaMidrasha College of Art. She has participated in multiple exhibitions in Israel and abroad. Her art has been featured in several large collections, including the Leumi Bank Collection and the Musée de l’Élysée in Switzerland.
Yaara teaches a two-session workshop that includes a demonstration and a practical lesson in preparing and painting ceramic plates. In the workshop, you will work with pressure molds and clay surfaces, as well as various drawing tools for adding lines, colors, and engravings.
* Single class session will include painting only on pre-made ceramic plates.
This workshop is suitable for participants of all skill levels.
You will create one or two hand-painted plates, which will be mailed to you two months from the date of the workshop.
Yaara’s Art Studio in South Tel Aviv
2-3 hours a day
$375 per participant (2 days)
Single class (2-3 hours) – $250
Orit G. is a plastic artist whose work has been featured in exhibitions in Israel and abroad. She teaches groups of children, adolescents, and adults, and creates her art with great sensitivity and attention.
Orit provides a conceptual toolbox that will teach you how to open your mind to multiple variations of art and creation. She conducts creative thinking workshops for people from all walks of life, inviting you to feel the materials and connect with your intuition and inner self.
Orit will guide you from basic drawing to using watercolor and adhesive colored paper to make a collage.
The workshop also includes open discussions, writing, music, laughter, and drawing.
Orit teaches a collage workshop that will challenge your visual perception, develop your skills and innovation, and help you recognize the different angles of life.
You will first learn what a collage is, then how to approach the art form and build your own collage.
This workshop is open to participants of all skill levels. No prior knowledge or experience is required.
Orit’s Art Studio in South Tel Aviv
2-4 hours a day
$580 per participant (3 days)
Malka grew up on Moshav Me’or Modi’im, the daughter of parents who immigrated from the U.S. to Israel.
Art has always been an inseparable part of her life. She has been doing ceramics since age 5, influenced by tribal art and Hebrew texts from Jewish literature.
Malka is a multi-disciplinary creative artist. She creates ceramic pendants for jewelry, ceramic vessels, paintings and tiles inspired by tribal themes of all kinds, with a deep connection to a vibrant, colorful Judaism. In addition, she deals with the film documentation of life stories of very colorful people.
Malka offers workshops in the field of ceramics that combine watching movies and sharing personal stories of ourselves and of people who influenced us. The purpose of the workshop is to strengthen our belief in ourselves as creators of vessels of light and color. The creative space opens the channels of dialogue and the sharing of personal stories and journeys. In this way, the creators give each other inspiration that enters into the vessels and is expressed in their works.
The workshops can be one-session or two-session. (Each session is 3 hours.)
A one-session workshop can be a choice of:
1. Creating a planter (tassel method)
2. Painting a ready-made vessel (pomegranates, hamsa or mezuzah cases) using a special painting method taught in the workshop.
3. Preparation of vessels from a combination of several clay colors.
4. Individual tile painting 20/20 CM
A two-session workshop can be a choice of:
1. Preparing an oil-diffusing burner on the theme of “my personal home – a vessel for my light”.
2. Making your own personal mug.
3. Preparation of a vessel according to the participant’s desire.
Leah’s home in Ein Kerem- a magical village/neighborhood of Jerusalem.
3 hours per session
Up to 2 sessions
$220 per participant for one session (3 hours)
$420 per participant for 2 sessions (2 days, 6 hours)