Levin in the Community

established on the premise of its co-founder artists, Michael Kovner and Avner Levinson, to grant an independent platform for emerging artists with a unique voice in the contemporary artistic environment. The goal of the exhibitions and cultural activities is to create a social value by providing space for artists from the geographical and social periphery of Israel and to enhance original Israeli art.

founded in 2003 by a group of jerusalemite students in cooperation with businessmen around the city, in the hopes of making Jerusalem more appealing and relevant to the youth and that it will return to be a strong and leading cultural-economic centre, as the capital of Israel should be. Throughout the years, New Spirit has initiated hundreds of projects and ground-breaking programs that tens of thousands of young adults have participated in, and that have gradually been accepted and encouraged by the public and private domain across the city. This non-profit organization collaborates with any institution that shares its vision and with its following partners: The Municipality of Jerusalem, the Ministry of Jerusalem and Heritage, philanthropic funds, social organizations, the business sector in Jerusalem, local projects etc.

this center for at-risk female youth provides a loving and sheltered home, a safe space and a chance to rebuild their lives and to develop themselves in a supporting and shielded environment. Many of the center’s graduates continued to military service and higher education and succeeded in recovering their lives.

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similar to other friends associations of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra around the world, the aim of the Austrian one is ensuring the future of the orchestra, maintaining its musical quality, promoting musical education, and supporting music-related events and tours. Austrian’s connection in the Philharmonic is deep. Nine of its founding members immigrated to Israel from Vienna, including its first conductor, Zvi Haftel.   

active since 1998, the center provides anonymous support to victims of sexual assault and assists them in getting treatment and rehabilitation so they can return to normal life. The organization serves around one million residents from Ashkelon and Kiryat Malachi in the south to Lod and Nes Ziona.

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kibbutz Ketura and Arava Institute were the topic of a documentary by Eliezer Yaari (Director) and Irit Ambar (Producer). The documentary follows Dr. Tarik Abu Hamed, a chemist who decides following a job offer to quit his work as deputy to the Chief Scientist in Israel at the Ministry of Science and Technology and to move with his family from the village of Sur Baher near Jerusalem to kibutz Ketura.

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active over fifty years and serves as academic, artistic, cultural and training centers for the population. The renowned Art Center operates galleries for plastic art, pottery and metal craft along art studies.  

This documentary follows the immigration of Austrian Jews to Palestine during World War II, and the way they left Europe and took part in the establishment of the State of Israel. The documentary aired in 2018 on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence. The production of this documentary was made possible thanks to several institutions among them Levin Art, Community & Culture.

established in 1964, Petach Tikva Museum of Art is featuring contemporary works by Israeli and international artists in diverse media: painting, sculpture, photography, video, film, architecture, installation, and performance. The museum strives to foster young artists while offering a platform for seasoned artists who have not received museum exposure. The exhibitions on display at the Museum address a wide spectrum of themes from the Israeli cultural sphere, alongside universal issues pertaining to global society in the contemporary era, while promoting innovative approaches to the museum space and the breaching of traditional conventions and boundaries between different artistic mediums and their modes of presentation. These approaches are at the core of the curatorial line set by the museum since its reopening in 2000.

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