October 8, 2018
The Sefaria Project

Director of Asylum, Rebecca Guber, talks about the process of creating a navigational guide as a way to engage artists with the texts of Sefaria.

Great artists do great research. That’s a line that I repeat in all sorts of contexts. When explaining why projects can take so long to manifest, when ...

September 5, 2018
Visions: Jewish, Art & Social Justice Retreat

We had a magical moment, rain pounding outside and sitting elbow to elbow in a half-renovated house in the midst of an urban farm, one of the neighbors led us in an adaptation of the Jewish handwashing ritual with all of us pouring and washing and passing and pouring and washing. After an intense da...

September 4, 2018
Introduction 2018 by Bonny Nahmias

Asylum Alum Bonny Nahmias talks about two of her recent works that are currently being exhibited at Root Division Gallery in San Francisco, CA. The opening reception will be taking place on September 8 from 7 – 10pm, and will be on display through September 29.

Introduction 2018 will be featuring...

June 26, 2018
And a River Went out of Eden by Maayan Elyakim

Maayan Elyakim discusses his site-specific installation made specially for the Schocken Library in Jerusalem (The JTS-Schocken Institute for Jewish Research). Now showing until July 12, 2018. This project was proudly supported by Asylum’s Small Grants Project.

The Schocken Library was establish...

June 18, 2018
Belongings by Tamar Latzman

Tamar Latzman talks about her most recent exhibition, Belongings, now showing at The Israeli Center for Digital Art until September 1, 2018. Curated by Udi Edelman. This project was supported by Asylum’s Small Grants Program.

In Belongings, I traced the ethnographic travels and findings of S. An-...

Israel Trail Procession by Meirav Heiman & Ayelet Carmi

Print Screen Festival by Eran Hadas

Moments of Waking Up by Avital Burg