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ACAT is also proud to serve as a cultural meeting place for the community. As part of our community activities, we hold changing exhibitions in the Center's gallery. These exhibitions are related to the web of life in our region and include ACAT  students' work.

"Wings" Exhibition

A new community connection was launched at ACAT at the opening of the "Wings" exhibition of 23 artists from Kfar Vradim. Paintings, drawings, crocheted and sculpted works were exhibited at the opening ceremony that included a performance by the "Balance" Dance Group from Kfar Vradim and music played by the Kfar Vradim Music Conservatory ensemble. Warm reception speeches were delivered by the respective mayors and guest artists. This is part of the unique "Full STEAM Ahead" program that we operate in partnership with USAID, the United States Agency for International Development.
 

Curator: Miriam Stern

"Needle and Thread" Exhibition

Eighteen women from Peki'in meet every Tuesday in an ancient house in the village; together they embroider, knit and preserve traditional Druze works using beads and  braided straw. They established the "Needle and Thread," project which strengthens women's status and their ability to earn a living, while simultaneously encouraging tourism in the Galilee.
 

ACAT is happy to offer them an opportunity to display their works and host their special exhibition that  open date: Wednesday, September 25 2019.
 

Curator: Rachel Zemer.
 

This is part of the unique "Full STEAM Ahead" program that we operate in partnership with USAID, the United States Agency for International Development.

ACAT students' photography exhibition on display in the United States

This exhibition in the United States is the first meeting between Israeli and American students and marks the beginning of the student exchange project. It is part of the celebration of social innovation that examines the Centers for Arts and Technology (CAT) model in the United States and Akko, and how their focus on arts and technology affects the lives of the communities around them.

The exhibition opens at CHICAT, ACAT's affiliate in Chicago, on Wednesday, September 18th.