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BEIT AVI CHAI

Schedule
September - October 2015

Time

Event

Details

Admission

Tuesday, September
1, 8:00 PM

Wrapping up the
Year

Before we conclude the
Jewish year, we stop and
reflect on some of the
highlights of the passing
year.
What is the place of the
intellectual in the Israeli
public sphere and can we
learn anything from the
events of the past year on
the character, path and
future of the State of
Israel?

Admission: 20
NIS per event

Concluding 5775
Second session

Editor and Moderator:
Journalist Liad Mudrick
The Intellectual and
Israeli Politics
Prof. Ariel Hirschfeld, on
the storm surrounding the
Israel Prize for Literature
and the role of the cultural
figure in political issues.

The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Wednesday,
September 2, 9:00
PM

Mono Stories
Mira Awad

Songs and the Stories
Behind Them
The popular series,
moderated by Yoav
Kutner, returns. The
sessions will combine
personal stories,
discussions with the
audience, intimate shows
and special performances.

Admission: 60
NIS. Student: 30
NIS

With: Mira Awad
Thursday,
September 3,
9:00 PM

Stand-Up Comedy
The Weekly Torah
Portion
Underground

Gil Kopatch leads a team
of stand-up comedians as
they present the Torah
portion with their own
interpretations.

Admission: 50
NIS. Student: 20
NIS

Parshat “Ki Tavo”
With Michal Kirzon, Idan
Barkai, Eli Haviv and Guy
Adler
Monday, September
7, 8:00 PM

Miss Bluwstein
Movie Screening and
Musical Performance

In honor of the 125th
anniversary of the birth of
Rachel the Poetess, a new
documentary film describing
her role as the first Hebrew
poetess to succeed in
expressing the emotional
lives of a generation in a
language that thrives to the
present day. From the
Hebrew Films series. Chief
Producer and Creator: Yair
Qedar
-Screening the film “Miss
Bluwstein” (Sivan Arbel,
2015, 55 mins) with the film
Director
-Music: Maya Belsitzman
and Matan Ephrat with new
musical arrangements to
Rachel’s poetry.

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

Tuesday, September
8, 8:00 PM

Wrapping up the
Year
Concluding 5775
Final session

Before we conclude the
Jewish year, we stop and
reflect on some of the
highlights of the passing
year.
What is the place of the
intellectual in the Israeli
public sphere and can we
learn anything from the
events of the past year on
the character, path and
future of the State of
Israel?

Admission: 20
NIS per event

The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Editor and Moderator:
Journalist Liad Mudrick
The Satirist and Israeli
Reality
What is the role of the
satirist and is it possible to
create satire during
wartime? Operation
Protective Edge as an
example.

Wednesday,
September 9, 8:30
PM

Brit Olam
The “Hagiga”
Sextet, Amir
Dadon and Joca
Perpignan in a
tribute to Matti
Caspi

Guest: Muli Segev, main
editor of "Eretz
Nehederet" satirical
television show.
Alon Farber and Dani
Benedikt's jazz sextet
“Hagiga” (celebration)
joins forces with Brazilian
singer and percussionist
Joca Perpignan and singer
Amir Dadon in a tribute to
Matti Caspi.
A fascinating and magical
musical journey
celebrating Israel and
Brazil.

Admission: 60
NIS. Student: 30
NIS

The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Wednesday,
September 9, 8:00
PM

Thursday,
September 24, 8:00
PM

The Israeli Portion
Parshat Nitzavim

“Nothing New
Under the Sun”?
Hebrew Literature
Converses with
Ecclesiastes

A monthly discussion of
well-known and more
obscure ancient texts
about the Land of Israel
relating to the weekly
Torah portion and
contemporary Israeli
society.
Parshat Nitzavim: On
Repentance
Editor and Moderator: Dr
Gila Wachman
With: Rabbi Elchanan Nir,
Rabbi in Yeshivat Siach
Yitzchak,poet and editor
of the Shabbat
supplement in Makor
Rishon
Both classic and
contemporary Hebrew
literature deal extensively
with the Book of
Ecclesiastes. Reading the
Megillah at this time of
the year is an opportunity
to examine how one copes
with existential questions
–about life and death, joy,
work, time and memory,
through literary texts by
Yehuda Amichai, Shai
Agnon, Natan Zach, Zeli
Gurevich, Sivan Har-Shefi
and others.
Lecturer: Bilha BenEliyahu – Kerem Institute,
Jerusalem, David Yellin
College and Efrata College

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced
The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

Tuesday, September
29, 10:00 AM

Family Sukkot
Events at BEIT AVI
CHAI

Graffiti
Would you like to express
a message? Want to share
your opinion with the
world? Come and spray
what you have to say in
electronic graffiti on a
huge screen!
Every day: 10am-4pm

Graffiti
Workshop: Cost:
10 NIS. cost of
rest of activity:
20 NIS per child,
accompanying
adult free

Pantomime
Three actors present
without words, yet we
understand them. How?
Now you can also
participate and express
yourselves without words!
Incubator Troupe:
Direction: Inon Shazu |
Actors: Masha Shmulin,
Noa Tzenkal and Rafael
Shachari
Every day: 10am,
12.30pm, 3.15pm

Cost of play +
workshop
activity – 30 NIS
per child, parent
or escort over
14.

Music Workshop and
Building Musical
Instruments
Let us speak in the
language of music – we’ll
play, sing and learn
rhythms.
We’ll also learn how to
express feelings through
music and prepare musical
instruments from recycled
materials.
Moderator: Lilian Haufer,
musician
Every day: 10.45am,
1.30pm

Detective Riddle:
Cost: 10 NIS

Recommended
to order tickets
in advance from
the BEIT AVI
CHAI Box Office

Comics Workshop
What is the connection
between eyebrows, eyes
and mouth? And how
does all that link to
expressing an opinion?
Come and learn how to
express an idea or a
theme in the language of
comics.
Moderator: Dudi
Shammai, illustrator and
cartoonist
In partnership with the
Comics Museum in Holon.
Suitable for age 8 and
above
Every day: 11.30am,
1.15pm

Wednesday,
September 30,
10:00 AM

Family Sukkot
Events at BEIT AVI
CHAI

Detective Riddles
A series of riddles about
the Sukkot exhibition
Discover which Sukkah is
hiding behind every riddle
and you could win a prize!
Every day: 10am-4pm
Graffiti
Would you like to express
a message? Want to share
your opinion with the
world? Come and spray
what you have to say in
electronic graffiti on a
huge screen!
Every day: 10am-4pm

Graffiti
Workshop: Cost:
10 NIS. cost of
rest of activity:
20 NIS per child,
accompanying
adult free
Detective Riddle:
Cost: 10 NIS
Cost of play +
workshop
activity – 30 NIS
per child, parent
or escort over
14.
Recommended
to order tickets
in advance from

Pantomime
Three actors present
without words, yet we
understand them. How?
Now you can also
participate and express
yourselves without words!
Incubator Troupe:
Direction: Inon Shazu |
Actors: Masha Shmulin,
Noa Tzenkal and Rafael
Shachari
Every day: 10am,
12.30pm, 3.15pm
Music Workshop and
Building Musical
Instruments
Let us speak in the
language of music – we’ll
play, sing and learn
rhythms.
We’ll also learn how to
express feelings through
music and prepare musical
instruments from recycled
materials.
Moderator: Lilian Haufer,
musician
Every day: 10.45am,
1.30pm

the BEIT AVI
CHAI Box Office

Comics Workshop
What is the connection
between eyebrows, eyes
and mouth? And how
does all that link to
expressing an opinion?
Come and learn how to
express an idea or a
theme in the language of
comics.
Moderator: Dudi
Shammai, illustrator and
cartoonist
In partnership with the
Comics Museum in Holon.
Suitable for age 8 and
above
Every day: 11.30am,
1.15pm

Wednesday,
September 30,
12:30 PM, 2:30 PM

Lunar Legends
Monthly
performances for
parents and
children
The Woman and
the Wind

Detective Riddles
A series of riddles about
the Sukkot exhibition
Discover which Sukkah is
hiding behind every riddle
and you could win a prize!
Every day: 10am-4pm
The Woman and the
Wind: A Play for the
Month of Tishrei
A woman demands justice
from the wind,
which has grabbed her last
morsel of bread.
Geared to children age 4–
8 years old
Director: Brachi Lifshitz
Cast: Galit Tzabari, Eran
Kraus and Avia Brosh

Admission: 20
NIS for children,
free for
accompanying
adult
Advance
reservations are
advised

Thursday, October
1, 10:00 AM

Family Sukkot
Events at BEIT AVI
CHAI

Graffiti
Would you like to express
a message? Want to share
your opinion with the
world? Come and spray
what you have to say in
electronic graffiti on a
huge screen!
Every day: 10am-4pm

Graffiti
Workshop: Cost:
10 NIS. cost of
rest of activity:
20 NIS per child,
accompanying
adult free

Pantomime
Three actors present
without words, yet we
understand them. How?
Now you can also
participate and express
yourselves without words!
Incubator Troupe:
Direction: Inon Shazu |
Actors: Masha Shmulin,
Noa Tzenkal and Rafael
Shachari
Every day: 10am,
12.30pm, 3.15pm

Cost of play +
workshop
activity – 30 NIS
per child, parent
or escort over
14.

Music Workshop and
Building Musical
Instruments
Let us speak in the
language of music – we’ll
play, sing and learn
rhythms.
We’ll also learn how to
express feelings through
music and prepare musical
instruments from recycled
materials.
Moderator: Lilian Haufer,
musician
Every day: 10.45am,
1.30pm

Detective Riddle:
Cost: 10 NIS

Recommended
to order tickets
in advance from
the BEIT AVI
CHAI Box Office

Comics Workshop
What is the connection
between eyebrows, eyes
and mouth? And how
does all that link to
expressing an opinion?
Come and learn how to
express an idea or a
theme in the language of
comics.
Moderator: Dudi
Shammai, illustrator and
cartoonist
In partnership with the
Comics Museum in Holon.
Suitable for age 8 and
above
Every day: 11.30am,
1.15pm

Thursday, October
1, 11:30 AM, 1:30
PM

Lunar Legends
Monthly
performances for
parents and
children
The Woman and
the Wind

Detective Riddles
A series of riddles about
the Sukkot exhibition
Discover which Sukkah is
hiding behind every riddle
and you could win a prize!
Every day: 10am-4pm
The Woman and the
Wind: A Play for the
Month of Tishrei
A woman demands justice
from the wind,
which has grabbed her last
morsel of bread.
Geared to children age 4–
8 years old
Director: Brachi Lifshitz
Cast: Galit Tzabari, Eran
Kraus and Avia Brosh

Admission: 20
NIS for children,
free for
accompanying
adult
Advance
reservations are
advised

Thursday, October
8, 8:00 PM

Stand-Up Comedy
The Weekly Torah
Portion
Underground

Gil Kopatch leads a team
of stand-up comedians as
they present the Torah
portion with their own
interpretations.

Admission: 50
NIS. Student: 20
NIS

Parshat “Bereishit”

Tuesday, October
13, 8:00 PM

Kicking Off the
Month
The Month of
Cheshvan: Reuven

With: Shir Reuven, Dor
Kahan, Eli Haviv and
Hadar Levi
During 5776 (2015-2016)
we will dedicate our Rosh
Chodesh events to a new
and original look at the
Tribes of Israel.
Cheshvan will focus on the
character of Reuven, the
firstborn brother, an
examination of the Biblical
story of the Tribe of
Reuven and the status of
the firstborn in Hassidic
courts.
Moderator: Avner
HaCohen, clinical
psychologist
With:
Dr Nili Wasna,
Department of Bible and
the Department of the
History of the Jewish
People and Contemporary
Judaism, Hebrew
University: on the Story of
Reuven – “My Strength
and my Initial Vigor.”

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Prof. David Assaf,
Department of the History
of the Jewish People, Tel
Aviv University: On the
Handing Down of
Leadership in Hassidic
Courts.
Communal singing: Michal
Naveh
Wednesday,
October 14, 8:00
PM

Talmudic Sages
Confront the
World: Beyond the
Walls of the
Rabbinic Academy
First session

How did Talmudic sages
interact with popular
beliefs and behavior that
frequently transcended
the strictly defined
worldview of the Beit
Midrash?
Prof. Isaiah Gafni, The Sol
Rosenbloom Professor
Emeritus of Jewish
History, The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Sages and the
Supernatural: On Magic,
Demons and Astrology in
Rabbinic Thought and
Practice
The practice of magic
would appear to
circumvent the proper
channel of righteous
behavior – yet the belief in
the potency of some of
these practices appears to
have found its way into
rabbinic circles.

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

The program will
take place in
English

Thursday, October
15, 8:00 PM

Weekly Portion in
Film
A Cinematic
Perspective on the
Weekly Portion.

How are the heroes and
themes of the weekly
Torah portions presented
in Israeli and international
cinema? A refreshing look
at a timely and timeless
topic.

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

Noah Who?
A cinematic perspective
on the story of Noah and
the Flood
God’s readiness to destroy
His creations has always
fascinated the screen.
How is the Biblical story
presented as a personal
one? How is the ancient
story portrayed in modern
times and how was
Donald Duck saved from
the Flood?
Moderator: Yuval Rivlin,
film researcher
Thursday, October
15, 9:00 PM

Why Did the Boy
Laugh in the
Dream?
A tribute to the
poems of Leah
Goldberg

A performance dedicated
to the poems of Leah
Goldberg, one of Israeli
literature’s most wellknown and influential
poetesses.
The show will spotlight
new and refreshing
arrangements to
Goldberg’s poems
performed by a group of
some of Israel’s leading
musicians and their guest,
singer and pianist Ruth
Dolores Weiss.

Admission: 60
NIS. Student: 30
NIS

Sunday, October 18,
5:00 PM

Children Write a
Story
A Personal Book
Writing Workshop

In this workshop, the
children will embark on an
adventure through
imagination, create stories
and characters, get to
know children’s authors
and illustrators and draw
inspiration from them to
create our own personal
books.

Admission: 250
NIS

Children will learn how to
write a story using
different mediums such as
costumes and accessories,
music, movement, photo
albums and more. Each
child will express their
story in writing and create
accompanying drawings
and illustrations.

Registration is for
all 10 sessions

During the workshop
there will be an
experiential session with
author Eshkol Nevo and
children’s author and poet
Orit Gidali, in which they
will talk about the writing
and illustration process in
their books.
At the end of the
workshop there will be a
celebratory evening for
the children and their
families, at which the
books created will be on
display.
Keren is a costume
designer for cinema and
television and moderates
writing workshops as part
of Eshkol Nevo and Orit
Gidali’s own workshops
team.

The workshop
includes 10
sessions of an
hour and a half
each
Suitable for ages
8-11

Number of
places limited
Cancelation will
only be
permitted after
the first session.

Monday, October
19, 8:30 PM

Celebration
A Tribute to the
Israel Museum in
its Jubilee Year

An evening highlighting
the Museum’s relationship
and connection to the city,
the people and our land,
including a glimpse at the
Museum's treasures, a
discussion of its journey
and Museum-inspired
musical interludes.
Editor and Moderator:
David Ibgi, Curator and
Art lecturer
With: Tania Coen-Uzzieli,
Director of the Collections
Services Wing, Curator for
the Jewish Culture and Art
Wing
Dr Amitai Mendelsohn,
Curator of the Israeli Art
Department
Daniella Shalev, Director
of the Department for
Cultural and Enrichment
Programs, Curator in the
Youth and Arts Education
Wing
Musical accompaniment
with a specially-composed
new piece: Nadav
Greenhut

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Wednesday,
October 21, 8:00
PM

Talmudic Sages
Confront the
World: Beyond the
Walls of the
Rabbinic Academy
Second session

How did Talmudic sages
interact with popular
beliefs and behavior that
frequently transcended
the strictly defined
worldview of the Beit
Midrash?
Prof. Isaiah Gafni, The Sol
Rosenbloom Professor
Emeritus of Jewish
History, The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

The program will
take place in
English

Indiana Jones and the
Sages: Were the Talmudic
Rabbis also
Archaeologists?
Like archaeologists, the
sages appear to be
involved in the search for
ancient artifacts and sites.
Did this render them
"archaeologists" and what
were the other interests
that motivated them to
undertake such pursuits?
Wednesday,
October 21, 8:30
PM

Family Album
A series of acoustic
family
performances.

A new and fascinating
series of original
performances. Each
performance includes a
musical Israeli family who
invite us to enter into
their unique, personal
experience.

Admission: 60
NIS. Students: 30
NIS

The singing families will
perform their well-known
songs as well as those
from the family library,
spiced with stories and
anecdotes that provide an
inner glance into their
music, musical roots and
day to day family life.
This session: Family
Zuaretz- Guy and Ro’i
Zuaretz with their father
Nissim
Thursday, October
22, 8:30 PM

Here and Now
Jewish-Israeli
Current Affairs in
the Spotlight
First session

What would Rabbi
Hanania say about the
price of housing today?
What would Yeshayahu
Leibowitz think about the
Iran deal?
What would the
Maimonides have to say
about global warming?
Current affairs from a
different angle: See what
the world of Jewish
philosophy, culture and
literature has to say about
contemporary issues and
how it might interpret
them.
Moderator: Efrat Shapira
Rosenberg
The topic of the session
and the list of
participating guests will be
published on the BEIT AVI
CHAI website and in the
weekly newsletter a few
days before the event.

Admission: 20
NIS per event

Sunday, October 25,
5:00 PM

Children Write a
Story
A Personal Book
Writing Workshop

In this workshop, the
children will embark on an
adventure through
imagination, create stories
and characters, get to
know children’s authors
and illustrators and draw
inspiration from them to
create our own personal
books.

Admission: 250
NIS

Children will learn how to
write a story using
different mediums such as
costumes and accessories,
music, movement, photo
albums and more. Each
child will express their
story in writing and create
accompanying drawings
and illustrations.

Registration is for
all 10 sessions

During the workshop
there will be an
experiential session with
author Eshkol Nevo and
children’s author and poet
Orit Gidali, in which they
will talk about the writing
and illustration process in
their books.
At the end of the
workshop there will be a
celebratory evening for
the children and their
families, at which the
books created will be on
display. Keren is a
costume designer for
cinema and television and
moderates writing
workshops as part of
Eshkol Nevo and Orit
Gidali’s own workshops
team.

The workshop
includes 10
sessions of an
hour and a half
each
Suitable for ages
8-11

Number of
places limited
Cancelation will
only be
permitted after
the first session.

Sunday, October 25,
8:00 PM

Culture * Politics *
Democracy

Israeli Democracy
– The Current
Situation: An
Event to
Commemorate
Yitzchak Rabin
Memorial Day

The cultural storm that
raged after the previous
elections raised many
questions regarding the
place and role of culture in
Israeli democracy.
What is the role of culture
in our lives? Is simply
entertainment or does it
play a vital role in a
democratic country?

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

What is the State’s duty
toward culture? How do
the worlds of politics and
culture affect one
another? And to what
extent is the relationship
between them connected
to Israel’s democratic
character?
Moderator: Avner
HaCohen, clinical
psychologist
Monday, October
26, 5:00 PM

Lunar Legends
Monthly
performances for
parents and
children
The First Rain

The First Rain: A Play for
the Month of Cheshvan
When the rain doesn’t fall,
Nakdimon signs a deal and
gets into trouble.
Geared to children age 4–
8 years old
Director: Brachi Lifshitz
Cast: Galit Tzabari, Eran
Kraus

Admission: 20
NIS for children,
free for
accompanying
adult
Advance
reservations are
advised

Monday, October
26, 8:00 PM

The People of
Bereishit
Scripture. Midrash.
Literature.
Eve

Characters from the Book
of Genesis in Midrash and
Aggada, Literature and
Poetry.
With: author Haim Be’er
and Prof. Hananel Mack
During the time in which
the Book of Genesis is
read, an in-depth study of
six of its major characters
and the way in which their
identities are reflected in
the worlds of Midrash and
Aggada as well as in
contemporary literature
and poetry.

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced
The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

In this seesion: Eve
Tuesday, October
26, 5:00 PM

Lunar Legends
Monthly
performances for
parents and
children
The First Rain

The First Rain: A Play for
the Month of Cheshvan
When the rain doesn’t fall,
Nakdimon signs a deal and
gets into trouble.
Geared to children age 4–
8 years old
Director: Brachi Lifshitz

Admission: 20
NIS for children,
free for
accompanying
adult
Advance
reservations are
advised

Cast: Galit Tzabari, Eran
Kraus
Tuesday, October
26, 8:00 PM

The Israeli Portion
Parshat Vayera

A monthly discussion of
well-known and more
obscure ancient texts
about the Land of Israel
relating to the weekly
Torah portion and
contemporary Israeli
society.
Parshat Vayera: Angels
Editor and Moderator:
Prof. Avigdor Shinan

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced
The event will be
broadcast live on
the BEIT AVI
CHAI website

Wednesday,
October 28, 8:00
PM

Talmudic Sages
Confront the
World: Beyond the
Walls of the
Rabbinic Academy
Third session

With: Oron Shamir, Film
critic and lecturer
(“Achbar Ha’Ir" and
“Srita”)
How did Talmudic sages
interact with popular
beliefs and behavior that
frequently transcended
the strictly defined
worldview of the Beit
Midrash?
Prof. Isaiah Gafni, The Sol
Rosenbloom Professor
Emeritus of Jewish
History, The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

The program will
take place in
English

Rabbinic Attitudes
towards Sex, Sexuality
and Marriage
Rabbinic sages appear to
evince a broad range of
attitudes on proper sexual
behavior as well as variant
approaches to the role of
marriage (or celibacy).
Was this attitude due to
the personal proclivities of
specific sages – or might
the cultural and
behavioral norms of the
Roman and Iranian worlds
influence the contexts for
rabbinic positions?
Wednesday,
October 28, 8:00
PM

Angel of the Room
An Evening in
Honor of Poetess
Agi Mishol’s New
Book

The book, a collection of
the popular poetess’s
work, was written over 12
years and contains hints of
a storyline emerging
under the surface. The
poems follow a significant

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced

and mysterious love affair
and tell of the fluctuations
between falling in love
and separation, yearning
and realization, and
intimacy and loneliness, a
continuous, erupting
existence that saunters
through awareness and
dream.
In the program:
Opening remarks from
retired Judge, Edna Arbel
Poetess Agi Mishol talks
with Bilha Ben-Eliyahu,
Kerem Institute,
Jerusalem, David Yellin
College and Efrata College.
Music: “Singing Agi” – Lee
Gaon, Michal Hacham,
Dekel Tuvia and Maya
Mishol
Thursday, October
29, 5:00 PM

Lunar Legends
Monthly
performances for
parents and
children
The First Rain

The First Rain: A Play for
the Month of Cheshvan
When the rain doesn’t fall,
Nakdimon signs a deal and
gets into trouble.
Geared to children age 4–
8 years old
Director: Brachi Lifshitz

Admission: 20
NIS for children,
free for
accompanying
adult
Advance
reservations are
advised

Cast: Galit Tzabari, Eran
Kraus
Thursday, October
29, 9:00 PM

Mono Stories
Amir Lev

Songs and the Stories
Behind Them
The popular series,
moderated by Yoav
Kutner, returns. The

Admission: 60
NIS. Student: 30
NIS

sessions will combine
personal stories,
discussions with the
audience, intimate shows
and special performances.
With: Amir Lev
Thursday, October
29, 9:00 PM

Calling Home
An Evening in
Honor of Poet
Amichai Chasson’s
Debut Book

A lyrical voyage through
rich and sincere worlds of
content. between history
and biography, between
the Beit Midrash and the
army tent and, from
wandering to returning
home.
Editor and Moderator: Yali
Shner
With: Amichai Chasson,
Shimon Adaf, Sara Blau
Music: The Djamchid
Sisters

,‫בברכה‬
‫ירושלמי‬-‫ורד ליון‬
‫מנהלת יח"צ – בית אבי חי‬

Entrance is free,
subject to
availability.
Tickets may be
reserved in
advanced