Dual show at Eretz Israel Museum features most compelling winning images from Israel and around the globe
The eighth edition of the biennale, which opened just last weekend, is called “More than One” and presents series or instances of drawings that were created on more than one sheet of paper.
Hundreds of specialists from around the world gather at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev for week-long summit on mitigating impact of climate change on environment and public health
Two suspects arrested at Penn Station reportedly tweeted threats targeting New York City Jewish community
Sustainable fish farming and algaculture could play key role in world’s food crisis, Agriculture Ministry expert believes
SustainEat, which offers personalized recipes and shopping lists, set to launch ‘in coming months’
Many Russian Jews are fleeing due to fear of a new Iron Curtain; former Jewish Agency Chair Natan Sharansky says Israel and Russia must reach ‘strategic agreement’
His wife, Orna, preserved it
Buyers will display NFT works on their virtual properties in the metaverse, Tiroche Auction House owner says
New Israeli startup aims to get product to market within two years; technology could also be used to identify early markers of cancer.