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Meet the Artists!
Hear The Stories!
Explore The Galleries!
Open year round!
Take a walk down one of Jerusalem’s oldest streets where Israel’s well known artists create beautiful pieces of art and Judaica. This is a unique experience for families who can come and meet the artists, hear the stories behind the pieces and then explore the galleries.
Just a few minutes away from Jerusalem’s popular hotels, next to Teddy Park and across the street from the Walls of the Old City – Hutzot Hayotzer – The Artist Colony is a beautiful cobblestone street that epitomizes Art in Jerusalem.
The location hosts an annual International Arts & Crafts Festival by the same name “Hutzot Hayotzer” in August. The famous Eucalyptus restaurant is located at the top of the street and during the evening you may catch a glimpse of one of the most recognizable chefs in Jerusalem, Moshe Basson.
The Artists at the Artist’s Colony – Hutzot Hayotzer:
|Adina Gatt||Embroidered Art|
|Sari Srulovitch||Silver Judaica & Jewelry|
|Oshrit Raffeld||Calligraphy Judaica Art|
|Emil Shenfeld||Contemporary Judaica|
|Carine Kleiman||Weaving Loom|
|Iliya Feldman||Judaica Jeweler|
|Uri Ramot||Jeweler & Roman Glass Sculptor|
|David Moss||Calligrapher & Judaica Painter|
|Yossi Sagi||Judaica Silversmith|
|Kol Ha’Ot||Interactive Jewish Educational Art Program|
|Gideon Hay||Judaica Jewelry|
|Yaakov Greenvurcel||Silversmith Designer|
|David Harel||Painter & Designer|
|Motke Blum||Painter, Sculptor and Mosaic Artist|
|Dan Alsberg||Jeweler & Designer|
|Avi Luvaton||Judaica Designer|
|Kol Ha’Ot||Interactive Jewish Education Art Programs|
Artists can often be found in their studios working on special pieces. If you want to see a specific artist please contact them in advance to be sure they will be in residence.Contact The Artist’s Colony
Teddy Kollek Visitor’s Center
The Kenneth and Anna Bialkin Visitors Center tells the story of the development of modern Jerusalem during Teddy Kollek’s period as Mayor, by means of an innovative 3D multimedia display from within a glass pyramid.
Sunday – Thursday 10:00am-5:00pm
Sunday-Thursday 10:00 – 5:00pm
Friday and Eve of Holiday 10:00 – 2:00pm
Contact the artists for prices
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