Event

"Aesthetics and Bias" - On ties between education culture and actuality

(04.5-05.5.2017, *, Bezalel MFA Studies; 60 Salame St., Tel Aviv, )

Hosted by
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design

Location: Bezalel MFA Studies; 60 Salame St., Tel Aviv
May 4th, Thursday, 16:00-20:00
May 5th, Friday, 10:00-15:00

 Conference Program

Thursday, May 4th, 2016

16:00  Welcome and Introduction

Ms. Liv Sperber, Vice President for International Affairs, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem
Ms. Joanna Hofman, Director of Polish Institute Tel Aviv
Ms. Adina Bar-On, teacher and artist, initiator and producer of “Aesthetics and Bias”, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

16:00-20:00 "National Disturbance", performance/ Chaia Rukin, Fine Art Department
  graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

16:15  "Performance art - resolving the conflict"/ Prof. Artur Tajber, Dean of Faculty of
  Inter-media, Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow

16: 45  "Seeing Through Bialystok- Oran"/ Renana Aldor, Animation graduate, Screen 
  Based Arts Department, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

17:00  "Potential Identity"/ Zuzanna Whollny, Art Mediation Department graduate,
Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Wroclaw

17: 15  "Who is the Creator?"/ Prof. Prot Jarnuszkiewics, Associate Professor, Dean of
Faculty of Media Art, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw

17:45  Coffee Break
"Fans" sound/ear-phones/ Tali Ben Itzhak, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

18:15 "Address to the United Nations", performance/ Danielle Fischer, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

18:30  "The language of the world within the scope of performance"/ Roee Hassan, an
  Israeli Poet, active in 'Ars Poetics' and 'Guerrilla culture' and 'Caffe Gibraltar',
  Winner of the 2015 Bernstein Prize

19:30 "Memory Holes"/ Alina Orlov, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

19:45  "Religion that wants to Play"/ Zofia Kuligowska, Sculpture and Spatial Actions
  Department graduate, University of Art in Poznan

Friday, May 5th, 2017

10:00  Morning Coffee
"Miniature", performance/ Tal Alperstein, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design

10:30  Opening Remarks

Mr. Eli Petel, Head of the Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Arts and
Design Jerusalem
Adina Bar-On, teacher and artist, initiator and producer of "Aesthetics and Bias", Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

10:45  "Other Spaces"/ Prof. Marek Wasilewski, Head of Ph.D. studies, University of Art
  in Poznan.

11:15  "Three plays about Auschwitz"/ Shir Cohen, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel
  Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

11:30  "Forget, Forgive"/ Justina Łoś, Department of Media Arts graduate, Academy of
  Fine Arts in Warsaw

11:45  "Creative attitudes verses cultural and political attitudes"/ Ms. Maria Wronska,
  Ph.D., and Mr. Tomasz Opania, Ph.D., Academy of Fine Arts and Design in
  Wroclaw

12:15  "Wailing Wall", performance / Raz Gomeh, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

12:30  Coffee Break

"Three plays about Auschwitz", booklet/ Shir Cohen, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem
"Fans", sound/ear-phones/ Tali Ben Itzhak, Fine Art Department graduate, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem

13:00 "Victims of Victims"/ Jana Shostak, Faculty of Inter media graduate, Academy of Art in Krakow

13:15  "There is no plane that goes there"/ A conversation between Israeli poet, essayist,
writer and researcher of Israeli art, Shah Salhoov and Eli Petel, artist, recipient of Rappaport prize for Young Artist 2007, exhibited in Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Pompidou Center in Paris and the Head of the Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem

13:45  "He who belongs to Earth will remember Home"/ Nizan Cohen, 4th year student,
  Fine Art Department, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem

14:00 "The country beyond the mountains"/ A conversation between Israeli author, publicist, literary editor and recipient of the Prime Minister's award for Hebrew Literature 2010, Nir Baram and Rana Verbin, translator, editor, literary critic, columnist and actress

14:30  Awarding Certificates to "Aesthetics and Bias" project Alumni