The Historical Jewish Press Project has uploaded Haaretz issues from its first 13 years of existence - now digitally available, free of charge
Nasreen Abu Bakr was due to travel from Berlin to participate in an exhibition in Haifa, but suffered 'degrading' treatment and did not board her El Al flight
'What’s the Alternative – to Join the Forces of Evil?' Israeli Singer Noa's Revolution Against 'Trumpism'
The singer talks with Haaretz about her new album, Bach, the Israeli cross she has to bear and how to survive in the era of Cardi B.
The Eyal & Marilyn Ofer Family Foundation will donate $5 million to renovate the Helena Rubinstein pavilion, which is part of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Galleries in Berlin and New York are enamored by the work of Fatma Shanan, a 33-year-old painter from a Druze village in northern Israel who wants to transcend identity politics and reclaim the female form
'Ignorant, Nasty and Mean-spirited Country': The Rising Israeli Star Who Dared to Play in a Movie Critical of Israel
Tom Mercier, whose performance in 'Synonyms' had international critics comparing him to Marlon Brando, talks about being inspired by Conor McGregor and Beyoncé, and what nude scenes taught him
Avichai Mandelblit rejects Miri Regev's request for authority to pull funding from institutions for their content, says it 'seriously infringes on freedom of expression'
Unlike last year's 'Toy,' a fast-paced pop song, Israel's 2019 nominee is a ballad
Given the choice between career and family, many are consciously choosing the latter, says Prof. Dahlia Moore
Sharon Maymon, screenwriter for the Oscar-winning short film 'Skin', returned home without a statuette, but he's not wasting time worrying about that
Organizers call off the annual Midburn festival after failing to secure authorization for its new location in a military training area
This year’s features program includes 103 films – half directed by women, and 29%, says the festival, by people of color
Israel's Culture Minister Calls to Fire Arab Ministry Employee Over Facebook Post Hailing Terrorists
'If this land is raped, you and your souls will be next in line,' Lobna Zoabi wrote in a post following a terror attack at the Temple Mount two years ago
Abu Shakra came from a family of prominent artists in Umm al-Fahm and took to projects that focused on Palestinians’ connection to their lands
Nadav Lapid, whose film on a fed-up Israeli living abroad won Berlin's Golden Bear, says Israel lacks a rebellious instinct. 'We need someone to be in the opposition, to upset the power structure of cinema'
Plus, an evening of music dedicated to the recovery of soldier Netanel Felber and a musical lecture on the U.S. civil rights movement by Larry and Mindy
The archivists initially accused Wikimedia of acting 'violently' and like 'thieves in the night' for uploading trove of historical photos
The story behind Nitzan Mintz's graffiti, which saved her life at 17
'This film is about education,' Nattiv says, pointing to the kind of bigotry his grandparents experienced during the Holocaust
Filmmaker Julie Cohen on how she managed to gain access to the notoriously private Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life, and why every American woman is standing on this diminutive Jewish woman’s shoulders
After years working underground and under pseudonyms, Addam Yekutieli continues his journey into the establishment. ‘The move was organic,’ he says about latest exhibition
Kobi Marimi's ballad 'Home' has been chosen to represent Israel at the song contest, which the country is set to host this May
Nadav Lapid says the fact his film was financed by the Culture Ministry is 'the supreme expression' of Israel's democratic character
Nadav Lapid's 'Synonyms,' about a young Israeli who moves to Paris, have been praised by critics as 'brilliant' and 'fearless'
Analysis Ruling on Divisive 'McJesus' Sculpture Fulfills Israeli Culture Minister's Censorship Fantasies
Following years of attempts by Miri Regev to curb offensive artistic expression, this week a court in Haifa upheld the mayor's right to intervene in content at a municipal museum to 'maintain public order'
Plus, an election primer in Tel Aviv for noncitizens living in Israel and runners competing for two charities founded by English-speaking natives in the Tel Aviv Marathon
Even though Sotheby’s Israel doesn’t function any longer as a sales branch, its new gallery opened in Tel Aviv, with art which is not for sale.
Marimi wins finals of 'The Next Star,' overcoming controversial vocalist Shefita; he will grace the stages of the song contest Israel is slated to host in May
Israel thought the song contest would be a great opportunity to showcase itself, but a fierce debate over cultural appropriation threatens to go global if the singer Shefita triumphs in Tuesday's local final
The bottom line is that an Israeli court allowed a politician to intervene in cultural and artistic content under the vague umbrella of 'preventing hurt feelings'