The Jerusalem Fiesta-
LIVE FLAMENCO PERFORMANCE SERIES WITH REFRESHMENTS
A collaboration between Remangar Flamenco Ensemble by Keren & Avner Pesach and Flamenco Natural Ensemble by Sharon Saguy in a series of Flamenco performances in Jerusalem!
09.06.22 | 20:30
Performance adapted for disabilities children
New performance series adapted for children on the autistic spectrum and with other various neurological disabilities.
The VRDance project enables artists to film and present their works through a 360-degree, virtual reality format.
A practical curriculum for dancers that combines training practices and creative processes. The program is designed for those who have experience in movement and creation and are graduates of at minimum bachelor’s degree programs in the arts.
A new podcast series produced by Machol Shalem Dance House, under the artistic direction and curation of Neta Pulvermacher.
MASH Dance Berlin
Annual festival featuring a selection of selected dance pieces, workshops, and panels at the Berlin Dock11 Theater.
A mutual residency program in which Jerusalem-based artists and artists abroad exchange places for a period of movement research and the development of a new dance creation. We work with a number of partners all over the world.
Incubator for Independent Dance Composers in Jerusalem
MASH aims to meet the needs of independent dance artists in Jerusalem, to create an active and diverse dance-making community, to develop and professionalize the dance creation scene in Jerusalem, and to maximize the potential of the city, promoting it in Israel and abroad.
Home for Religious and Ultra-Orthodox Dance Artists
MASH offers an infrastructure for ultra-Orthodox and religious artists to develop and present new works, providing studio space for rehearsals, technical support, artistic consulting, and production assistance.
A program for young artists that opened at the end of 2018, under the artistic direction of Irad Avni. Briah is a platform for young and upcoming artists, ages 18-22, from the fields of dance, theater-dance, and movement performance. Participants create and present an original work of up to 10 minutes in length. One work is then selected to be performed abroad at OPUS 1 in Slovenia.
A donation to the activities of Shalem Dance Center will help subsidize rehearsal spaces for artists in Jerusalem, and will support the vision of developing the capital as a leading space for Israeli and International work.
Donations from Israel will be accepted by transfer to the account:
Machol Shalem- Contemporary Dance House
Account number: 495444