A tour inspired by the Mahane Yehuda market and a printing workshop at Beita, the Home for Social Art in the City
Come discover how a stroll in the market can inspire and create art. We will meet at Beita, and from there we will tour the Mahane Yehuda market with Chef Stav Naveh. We will find out how to create impressive, practical visual art from a magical world of all things edible.
We will explore forms, colors, and textures, and pick up various interesting ingredients to spark the imagination and use for our projects later on. Stav will collect our ingredients and prepare delicious ceviche with a side of dreamy bread and refreshing fruit juice that we will fresh-squeeze as we make our way back to Beita.
There we will use the raw ingredient treasures that we gathered throughout our walking tour (yes, even the leftovers) to make stamps with designer Einat Amir, and try our hand at printing placemats that are practical, environmentally friendly, and — most important — beautiful.
The event includes
- “Ispiration Tour” in the Mahane Yehuda Market - Explore shapes, colors and textures
- Ceviche bite, delicious bread and fresh Juice
- Stamp Making Workshop includes experience with printing on placemats
- Participants will receive the printed placemats as a gift
About the Location
Beita, a new home for art in Jerusalem, focuses on the relationship between art, society, and the city. Located in the historic Saidoff building on Jaffa Street near the Mahane Yehuda market, Beita is the urban art center of the Plastic Arts Department of the Jerusalem municipality’s Culture and Arts Division. It serves as a center for contemporary art and artistic tourism in Jerusalem.