NJY Camps Ceramics Instructor Featured in Israeli Knesset Exhibit

The NJY Camps are proud to share that one of our ceramics instructors, Ravit Lazer has recently had a piece of her professional work put on show in a permanent exhibit at the Knesset, Israel’s parliament building in Jerusalem.

Ravit Art Piece

The Knesset recently opened the only permanent ceramics exhibit in the country and in doing so, purchased works from a select group of 52 talented artists.

Ravit has been instructing the Ceramics program at Cedar Lake Camp for the past 5 summers and is known for providing a high quality program and friendly and welcoming atmosphere for all campers who visit her program during the summer.

Ravit was selected from a competitive field of professional ceramics artists to have her work featured in this prestigious exhibit.

The theme of the ceramic art exhibit is “Identity, material.” and includes works that “deal with questions of local and multi-cultural identity” as quoted by the exhibits curator, Shlomit Bauman

A full article from the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the new exhibit can be found here.

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