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Meet “Artzi” – the artistic Israel Gap Year program which is actually a masterpiece in itself

Meet “Artzi” – the artistic Israel Gap Year program which is actually a masterpiece in itself Attending a gap year program in Israel has become an evolving trend in the post high school Jewish world. There are Yeshivas, Seminaries, volunteer programs, internship programs, hiking programs, the list […]

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Running for youth at risk- “Kee Echpat Lee””

Running group in memory of of Lee Gabriella Vatkin for youth at risk Jerusalem Marathon the 5th , 13.03.15 On Friday the 13.03.15 we joined the Jerusalem Marathon with our running group in “Kee Echpat Lee”, in order to improve our services to at-risk youth in the […]

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Connecting with Judaism through Arts Education

Artists & Musicians for Israel – Neshima received a grant for its Neshima Teacher Training program, which will prepare 1,200 teachers at 100 schools to integrate the Neshima music and arts curriculum into their classrooms. This training, in turn, is anticipated to reach 37,000 Israeli teens through […]

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Jerusalem Young Artists Fellowship AMI Neshima E Jewish Philanthropy

After watching an episode of the Israeli hit television show, The Voice, I was fascinated by the young musicians in Israel and over the world who had graced the stage. I sat pondering the question, what is it that drives today’s musicians and artists to pursue such […]

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Using music to strengthen Jewish identity

AMI’s Young Artists Fellowship offers young artists variety of structured opportunities to develop their skills, express their art and music through Jewish lens, and tools to enter into industry After watching an episode of Israeli hit television show “The Voice,” I was fascinated by the young musicians […]

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Interview with Yehudah Katz

When did you first come to Israel? I would like to say that my first journey to Israel was in 1967. On a conscious level I have no idea how I connected with Israel then. I had heard that a war had broken out in Israel and […]

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