Curator: Rachel Zemmer
Exhibition of the works of the community artist
Eitan George Horowitz who lives in Akko's British Mandate neighborhood and spends much of his time creating embroidery works on old and recycled textiles. His vision is consistent with ACAT's values and he regularly participates in the activities held at the Center.
"An embroidered journey through Akko"
Exhibition opening: Thursday, 6.13.2019, at 19:00
The first graduation ceremony
Thursday, 6.13.2019, at 19:00
It's happening again! A graduation ceremony marking the end of an amazing year that brought together people, technology and creativity. So much activity at the A-CAT center, revolving around a common world vision.
We are proud of you, our wonderful graduates and we are already working on preparing the next stage, with lots of new interesting topics and challenges. All of this is part of our unique "Full STEAM Ahead" program, sponsored by USAID, the American Agency for International Development.
New courses are starting
Two beauty profession courses are starting this week at the ACAT Center – professional makeup and nail building. Another group of future entrepreneurs is starting out and we will be there to accompany them until they start their own independent business.
The end is also a new beginning
The first course of the nail-building program at the A-CAT Center, taught by the talented Sina Nijam, ended this week.
The women have successfully passed the final exam and now start on their own independent path as graduates of the A-CAT Center. Good luck to everyone!
Beauty Care Courses
End of the first cycle of beauty care courses at ACAT!!
This week 22 wonderful students received their qualifying certificates, opening the door to a future strengthened by economic independence.
We are proud to have taken part in fulfilling this dream and those to come, and are keeping our fingers crossed for their success!
Graduation Project Video clip
Video & Cinema Production Course pupils present their final project
We took the ACAT students out to experience a day full of challenging tasks, focused on cooperation, teamwork, integration and attentiveness. We assigned them the task of writing the name of the Center in a human chain ... and the result is for you to judge.
This is all part of the unique "Full STEAM Ahead " program that we operate in partnership with USAID, the United States Agency for International Development.
USAID - First year "Full Steam Ahead" program at A-CAT
Watch our first year graduators
Youth Activities at A-CAT
Inter cultural brain storming at ACAT – our students are formulating an idea to shoot a stop motion movie in mixed groups.
Outcomes at the next meeting
This is part of the unique "Full STEAM Ahead" program that we operate in partnership with USAID, the United States Agency for International Development.