Interactive Installation: Augmented Reality
Digital street art: LetraSet
Historical Exhibition: Behind the Wall
Heara 12: historical comment
Alternative Book Week
Jerusalem design week 2014
Dec. 24 | 17-23
Dec. 25 | 17-23
Dec. 26 | 10-16
Dec. 27 | 10-22
OOPS: WHEN TECHNOLOGY FAILS
Thursday 30.4, 20:00
Portfolio Live: Yuval Saar, Oded Ben Yehuda, Noa Raviv and Eyal Fried- Head of Design& Technology Master's program in Bezalel.
Friday 1.5, 12:00
A guided tour by Yuval Saar, with several exhibitors.
Yom Ha Zikaron (Memorial day) Ceremony for The Fallen and The Living
Looking Back is More Interesting
Sunday – Thursday, Saturday – 10:00 – 18:00
Friday – 10:00 – 14:00
Guided tours at the exhibition on Fridays
May 15th – special meeting with artists at the closing of the exhibition
The All World's a Stage
10:00-14:00 at the Hnasen House film theatre: The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell by Romeo Castelucci, according to Dante's Divine Comedy
Second screening: June 5th
Screening: Polish Bourekas
Mini Maker After Dark Party
גוף שלישי + 2015
28.5 16:00-22:30 יום פתוח למתעניינים בתוכנית
לתוכניות הימים המלאות ניתן לגלול לתחתית הדף
Back to the Garden of Eden #1
DESIGN WEEK JERUSALEM 2016
At Beit Hansen and Villa Sherover
Broken Kayfabe | Keren Shavit
Closing date: 20.8
Opening hours during the JFF: Wed-Sat 11:00-17:00. For opening hours after the JFF, check mamuta.org
EVENTS AT HANSEN HOUSE
Bonsai Prize And Conference 2018
Jerusalem Design Week 2019 calls on designers
Celebrating 100 Years of Bauhaus
Jerusalem Design Week 2020 announces an open call for designers
In Print Art Book Fair
JLM WebDev meetup #2
That We’ve Forgotten The Rain
Mamuta Art and Research Center at Hansen House
Curators: Sala-Manca Group
Opening hours: Sun-Thur - 10:00-18:00 | Friday - 10:00-14:00
Saturday - February 29th - 11:00-15:00
Exhibition: Living Life
Designing Cultural Landscapes: Dynamic Conservation and Future Challenges for Israel's Bioregion
This is water - A talk with Emilie Glazer and Elad Orian
Primavera #7 - Open Call
A Pit in the Public Space
Thursday, 13/02/20, from 19:00
Scarlet Yarn and Hyssop
Design for Access - The role of design in creating more inclusive tech
Purim at Hansen
Tickets are now available!
Guided tour: from a leprous house to a creator's house Advance reservation
Reopening of The Historical Exhibition
Now in Hansen House:
"Kuntzi and Bobby Make an Exhibition”
Now in Hansen House:
1/ Letter of intent by the designer and a description of the proposed project – up to 400 words.
2/ Images and technical information:
– For an existing project: images, sizes, materials, specific presentation needs if applicable, when and where the project was presented.
– For a new project: sketches, renderings, technical info and budget estimation.
3/ CV of the designer/designers, and relevant links.
4/ Portfolio (up to 5mb) with relevant previous work.
Submission will be open until February 4th 2019.
Positive answers will be given by February 18th 2019.
Please submit your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org in a single PDF file.
For full information click here
Jerusalem Design Week 2019 calls on designers of all disciplines to submit proposals for new or existing works under the yearly theme of “EAST” . The scale of the works is flexible (single works, large scale projects, installations, exhibitions, performance works, etc.), with a special emphasis on works which allow outdoor presentation.
For further information scroll down.
Jerusalem Design Week, initiated by the Hansen House – Center for Design, Media and Technology, and promoted by the Jerusalem Development Authority and the Ministry for Jerusalem and Heritage and supported by the Jerusalem Foundation, will operate this year under the theme of “EAST” between the 13th-20th of June, 2019 at the Hansen House in Jerusalem.
In its fourth international edition, JDW continues to be Israel’s leading public design event, with over 22,000 visitors, 150 participating Israeli and International designers in over 40 events, exhibitions and installations, and new collaborations with leading local and international partners. JDW encourages new works with a non-commercial, theme-based emphasis and a cross-disciplinary approach in targeting new formats for exhibitions, performances and events.
Jerusalem Design Week 2019 calls on designers of all disciplines to submit proposals for new or existing works under the yearly theme of “EAST” and its six chapters (see below). The scale of the works is flexible (single works, large scale projects, installations, exhibitions, performance works, etc.), with a special emphasis on works which allow outdoor presentation.
The selected works will receive financing.
Submissions are open to individual designers or teams.