• School of Ceramic Art -Summer Courses

      Summer Courses 2021

      The Benyamini School of Ceramic Art is a professional center offering courses for beginners  intermediate and advanced students, artists and designers who want to work within the bounds of the ceramic material. The school has a team of professional lecturers running a year-round program of courses in practical and theoretical aspects of ceramics as well as workshops, lectures and master classes with artists from Israel and abroad.

      Summer courses begin on Sunday 4.7.2021

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    • Diploma Program

      Diploma Studies Program

      The School offers a unique program to acquire skills and a broad knowledge of all fields of clay making, development of a personal style and guidance in operating an independent studio. The program, suited to each student, runs over several years and includes compulsory and optional courses. It is geared towards beginners or part time ceramists who would like to expand their knowledge or make a career change.

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    • Hands-on experience clay workshop

      Suitable for team workers, family activity and a gift for a friend

      If you dream that one day you will have time to do ceramics, come and try a one-time hands-on workshop and you might be hooked. A one-time experience clay workshop is a great way to check if you connect with the material, if you would like to join a short workshop or even an in-depth course. Call us and set a date to be creative!

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    • Benyamini gallery Opening: Thursday, 29/07/21, 18:00-22:00

      Israel Ceramics Museum / Anna Carmi

      Anna Carmi

      Curator: Amnon Amos

      Opening:  Thursday, 29/07/21, 18:00-22:00

      Closing:  Saturday, 04/09/21, 14:00

      “Anna announces the opening of the Israel Ceramics Museum which will house collections of works of all sorts made in Israel.”

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    • Benyamini gallery Opening: Thursday, 29/07/21, 18:00-22:00

      Al-Chemia / Group Exhibition

      Participants:  Ori Anavi Shifrin and Noa Balanero, Osnat Raichman, Ethel Pisareff, Galit Golany, Lahav Halevy and Netta Ashery, Lena Dubinsky, Michal Alon, Miri Fleisher, Malka Grinszpun, Martha Rieger, Nitzotz Saranga, Roy Maayan, Roee Ben Yehuda,  Shulamit Teiblum-Millar, Shlomit Flexer, Nurit Eisenstein, Irit Abba, Ilana Or Kleiman, Eti Goren, Raya Stern, Yosef Elrajby, Ofra Amikam, Shira Shoval and Arielle Blonder, Ester Beck, Alon Rotman

      Curator: Shlomit Bauman

      Opening:  Thursday, 29/07/21, 18:00-22:00

      Closing:  Saturday, 04/09/21, 14:00

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    • Benyamini small gallery Opening: Thursday, 29/07/21, 18:00-22:00

      The Basics of Clay-Secrets of the Trade-

      In conjunction with the technology textbook soon to be released

      Curator: Shlomit Bauman

      Opening:  Thursday, 29/07/21, 18:00-22:00

      Closing:  Saturday, 04/09/21, 14:00

      The technology handbook ‘(Basic) Secrets of Clay’, to be published by the Benyamini Center, written by Eti Goren, to be released during the summer of this year as part of the 10-year celebrations of the Center.  

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    • Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center – 10 years celebration In the summer of 2021, the Benyamini Center will celebrate ten years

      The Benyamini Center is a unique contemporary ceramics facility that combines a school for ceramic art (diploma program, courses and workshops), galleries, a public library, the Israeli Ceramic Archive (in process),  residency program for young artists and international artists, symposia, lectures and masterclasses with local ceramics artists.  All these facilities are open to the general public, including professionals, hobbyists, and students from various academies, to broaden knowledge, research and study ceramics. The Benyamini is a center of attraction for clay enthusiasts, designers, craftspeople, and artists who make and experiment with clay, raise questions about culture, technology and locality and participate in the changing exhibitions in the gallery spaces.  

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