Established on Lag B’Omer, the Gadna youth brigade has traditionally prepared high school students for military service.
This coming week, 70 Israeli museums will take part in International Museum Day and open their doors to the public, free of charge.
The Knesset hosts an exhibit of behind-the-scenes images of Israel’s 13 prime ministers in moments of repose, relaxation — even exercise,
The year’s best in Israeli nature photography now on display at the Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv.
An online campaign picks the Top 10 photos deemed most memorable in 66 years of Israel’s statehood.
Israeli photographer Roei Greenberg examines the relationship between man and nature in a series that just won him the Sony World Photography Award for Landscape Photographer of 2014.
Holocaust Remembrance Day 2014 marks the moment 70 years ago when European Jewry was held in the balance between annihilation and liberation.
Media artist Victor Enrich creates social commentary through photo-manipulation, deconstructing and reconstructing the White City’s architecture.
Times were tense in early 1941 as Jerusalem waited on the sidelines of a world at war. Perhaps that’s why the Matson Photo Service chose to document Easter services at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
A photo exhibition exploring the Ethiopian-Jewish experience of joining mainstream Israel society.