From 16 to 25 May, the city of Hadera, located in northern Israel, hosts a unique exhibition of Moroccan crafts. According to the news channel, i24news, thirty artisans from the School of Traditional Moroccan Jewish Arts, are traveling.
Entitled “Dyalna” (To us or ours), this exhibition includes works of ceramics, sculpture, engraving, weaving, musical instruments and a variety of other mosaic arts (zellij), which represent a diverse heritage of Moroccan Jewish culture, details the same source.
The idea of organizing this exhibition, recalls, was born during a recent visit by a delegation from Hadera in Fez. An event that is a great opening for the Moroccan handicrafts on the Israeli market.
We are delighted to host an exhibition in Hadera that will allow Moroccan artists to present their work for the first time in Israel. This is an event that connects our two peoples through culture and art,” said Nir Ben Haim, acting mayor of Hadera.