International Exposure for Visual Theater and PuppetryJerusalem Puppet Theater
The International Festival encourages continuous dialogue between artists, theater groups and audience through cultural meeting and exchange.
Serving this propose we hold the International Exposure
The Train Theater invites professionals and delegates to participate in the 13th Israeli International Exposure of Visual Theater and Puppetry, at the 28th Jerusalem Puppet Festival, from 18th – 22nd August 2019.
The Festival presents the best of Israeli and international visual theater and puppetry for children and adults. The Israeli creation invents itself taking inspiration from broad disciplines, intense and vivid reality, bold and poetic approach.
Join us in a five days celebration in this unique city!
The festival is the annual meeting of the local artists-family. The venues and activities are in walkable distance. We encourage personal and professional encounters while seeing the well-curated program and participating in network events, varying in styles d contents.
This year, we count with about 29 Israeli shows, many premiering in the JPF; a special outdoor event - Art Site for children gathering performance and visual arts about 'The Village of Fairies & Elves'; and on top of the local harvest 5 international shows from the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Lithuania will be present.
The program offers:
- Festival pass for the full list of selected Festival shows for the price of 100 €
- Special networking events between participants and artists
You are welcome to contact Natalia Amelia Saied International Exposure Program coordinator, The Train Theater: email@example.com for registration and any question.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Jerusalem and celebrate the very next Jerusalem Puppet Festival.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel, selected guests receive support in lodging. For 2019 edition, the support is any longer available.
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
Ziv Nevo Kulman - Head of Division for Cultural Diplomacy
Anat Gilead - Director of Arts Department
Sharon Kabalo- Performing Arts Section