• June 6th- 8th showed Naggar School’s annual Musrara Mix Festival. This year, themed “Terra Incognita- East and West- Hybrid World” the festival hosted circa 8,000 visitors- the largest number of audiences in its 17 years. It exposed 70 new works of art, and hosted 40 local and international artists, including Natalia Mali (Dagestan) and Ma- L...
  • July 13th will see our school’s annual graduating evening and the opening of the graduation exhibitions.We will say farewell to 30 new and fresh graduates, including the 1st graduating class of the Department of Visual Communication. The event will take place at the Janet Garden (behind school’s main building) at 19:30. It will include greeting...
  • Congratulations to Tohar Lev Jacobson, 2016 Photography Dept. Alumni, for his achievement at the 19th Tel Aviv Int. Student Film Festival- His graduation film “Fire will Burn” won the Best Cinematography Award in the Israeli Competition judged by a harsh group of judges amongst them the István Borbás, the Cinematographer of Roy Andersson’s ...
  • For the 4th consecutive year, 2nd year students from our Photography and New Media departments traveled to Prague (April 18th- 24th) for an educational trip. They were hosted by FAMU (The Academy of Preforming Arts- https://www.famu.cz/eng) and the academy’s students. During their stay in the Czech Republic our students visited galleries, met loc...
  • March 19th- 21st showed the International JFN Conference (Jewish Funders Network), in Atlanta, where we were invited to showcase a School exhibition titled “The Yearning for Visibility / Musrara, Beyond No Man’s Land”. The exhibition manifested our school’s social awareness and artistic excellence. This exhibition was supported by the Ofra ...
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