Event

BEZALEL ACADEMY of ARTS and DESIGN, Jerusalem

(30.1.2013, at 12:00 Noon, Law Library Media Room 201,Madison Building 2nd Floor, Library of Congress)

Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation at the Library of Congress
in cooperation with Hebrew Language Table (LCPA) and the Embassy of Israel
presents:

BEZALEL ACADEMY of ARTS and DESIGN, Jerusalem

PRESENTATION BY: PROFESSOR EZRI TARAZI

with short film : House on Bezalel Street

January 30, 2013 (Wednesday) at 12:00 Noon
Law Library Media Room 201
Madison Building 2nd Floor, Library of Congress

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PROGRAM IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For Information contact: Gail Shirazi 202-707-9897, gshi@loc.gov
or Galina 202-707-8814 gtev@loc.gov
ADA accommodations 5 days in advance 202-707-6362 TTY or ADA@loc.gov

Prof. Ezri Tarazi is founder and former chair of the Bezalel MA degree program in industrial design at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. Established in 1906 by artist Boris Schatz as the “Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts”, Bezalel has evolved into one of the world's most prestigious art schools. Ezri, one of the leading designers in Israel and in the world is an experimental designer, educator, theorist and curator in the design field. His work was presented in museums including MoMA NY, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum NY, Triennialle Milan and leading design museums and galleries around the world. He has worked as design consultant for leading companies such as Microsoft, Intel, Keter, BP, and was involved in startups in the fields of hi‐tech, solar energy and medical equipment. He consults governments in promoting design thinking as a tool for innovation.