The Israeli Theater Orchestra, conducted by Yossi Ben Nun presents:
“Ishel and Romanzka”
A work for an actor and orchestra based on Hanoch Levin’s short story
Music: Yossi Ben Nun
Actor: Dror Keren
Soprano: Goni Cnaani
Noam Semel will discuss the world of Hanoch Levin and the translation of his plays with Lilian Barreto and Prof. Evan Fallenberg.
The event will be held as part of the International Translators’ Residency at Mishkenot Sha’ananim with his translators from around the world.
Wednesday, 10.7.19, 19:30
The doors will open at 19:30
The event will begin at 20:00
Illustrators Observe a Dreaming Child
Opening of an exhibition in the framework of the Outline Festival – Illustration and Words in Jerusalem.
A joint project of the Visual Communication Department at Bezalel, the International Residency Program at Mishkenot Sha’ananim, and the Outline Festival – Illustration and Words, Jerusalem, 2019.
At the center of the project will be artistic interpretations of short texts by Hanoch Levin that address childhood and children taken from his plays The Child Dreams and Endlessly Mourning.
The illustrations will be created as part of the third-year course Illustration as an Interpretive Tool of the illustration track of the Visual Communication Department the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, under the guidance of lecturer and illustrator Merav Salomon.
Maor Ben David, Lior Bar Noi, Ori Gold, Meytal Jehonatan, Noga Livni, Golan Ner Gaon, Roy Siegel, Yuval Faerman, Tal, Fridlander, Yarden Keidar, Rima Ruvinov, Hiba Shahtoot, Nahala Shteren, Liad Shiran, Nitzan Langnas
Festive opening: Wednesday, 10.7.19, 18:00
Dwek Gallery, Mishkenot Sha’ananim
A Life the Likes of Which We Have Never Seen Before
Screening of the four episodes of the documentary film series that addresses the personal and artistic biography of Hanoch Levin, Israel’s greatest playwright and one of the sharpest, wittiest, and most merciless minds we have known.
In cooperation with the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
Tickets may be purchased at the box office and on the Cinematheque’s website >>
8.7.19, Monday, 18:30