WRITE-HAUS is excited to invite you to our first artist panel discussion. We are honored to present a diverse selection of speakers, including three artists with extensive experience in the art world, and a creative consultant. They will share their stories, introduce their body of work, and provide practical advice and tips for young artists who want to transform their craft into their careers.
The panel discussion will be in English.
The event will take place on December 2nd from 11:00-13:00 at Selina Beach, Shenkar St 2, Tel Aviv-Yafo.
Born in 1993, Arbelle Shtainer, aka HOLY ERA, is an independent artist, as well as the owner and manager of ROM studio, an all-female, multidisciplinary art space in Haifa, Israel. She works in several mediums, such as drawing, murals, animation, tattoos, and more. Inspired by everyday human struggles, politics, the female gaze, nature, and the mundane aspects of life, Arbelle’s work questions the idea of identity and place, and thus examines the view of the self. Arbelle works locally and around the world.
Darryl Erez-Hutchison was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland in 2007. He met his Israeli wife in Mexico and moved to Israel after an exchange program at Bezalel School of Art and Design in 2013. After several years of working freelance and lecturing, he now paints full time from his studio in Jaffa, where his work is dominated by themes of dislocation, boundaries, identity, and ideas of what home means.
Shulamit is an Israeli painter who studied at the prestigious Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem. After a twelve year hiatus from the art world, Shulamit continued her training at the Slade school in London and in the prominent Jerusalem Studio School under the watchful eye of Israel Hershberg, one of the leading and most admired painters and teachers in Israel. Shulamit has been dedicated to her art for many years, devoting her full attention and energy to becoming a flourishing painter and an esteemed teacher for young and adult aspiring painters.
Tali Zeloof is a creative consultant, art educator, and podcaster. After finishing her studies of art theory at the College of Fine Arts in Sydney, Australia, Tali worked in a commercial gallery, advisory, journalism, and the Biennale of Sydney. In 2015, Tali did her Masters in Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Institute, in London. Then she was hired to run Quintessentially’s Art Patron Programme. In 2022, Tali relocated to Tel Aviv, where she works as a creative consultant for various organizations. Tali also hosts the podcast “Matters of the Art,” where she interviews leading creative minds on their careers and the power of art to externalize emotions.
11:00 – 12:00
Individual artist talks