A group exhibit by the girls doing an art concentration in the High School for Music and Arts (Olamot).
This exhibit allows for a rare peak into the world of the girls in the art major, who are living in Jerusalem and its environs. The drawings reflect an internal view into the girls’ worlds and their sense of connection to the city they live in. By exploring their ties to Jerusalem, the capital of Israel and the holiest place for a Jew, this artistic exercise enables them to connect their creative processes to their internal faith processes. The exhibit thus presents a variety of personal interpretations, as well as a wider social critique.
The varied modes of expression and the aesthetically rich and individual techniques of each girl enable us to expand our views of the majestic Jerusalem, its gates and windows and entranceways. The Modern-Ancient Jerusalem, through the eyes of the students at the High School for Music and Arts (Olamot).