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Exhibition and screening at Art Cube

A group exhibition by students and guides of the WILD KIDS studio. The exhibition is a dialogue between young, 15-20 artists, and more experienced artists.

After the wave of the plague and closure, a wave of cruel wars came around the world. After global movement restrictions and moving to virtual communication, a period of mass migration and refugee smuggling came. The legitimacy of "emergency" has caused the restrictions of individual freedom, total supervision and separation among population. During this time, the youth was discovered as the most vulnerable. The childhood come to an end and meanwhile, it's hard to imagine what awaits them in adult life. Their life experience is already full of incessant tension and anchors that have been uprooted. Today they need to find new anchors for themselves. The works presented in the exhibition are "thoughts" about the source of change and its implications, "thoughts" that an image wore.

BLENDING of sound & image

New public program that include unique live performances and collaboration between artists from different fields. 

Two-Year Course for Animation matriculation
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For the first time in Israel, students of the high school, can apply for the two-year programme  and to study animation as one of the matriculation exams (bagrut).

The projects is realised in the collaboration  with the Jerusalem High School for the Arts, supported by the Jerusalem Film Fund.


Winter 2019, Wild Kids produced the film made as Graffiti on the wall of Parking not far from the Studio itself. Documentary director Tall Pesas made a short making off film about this production

WK Public Program

Experience art and culture through the dynamic series of events and programs.


Includes talks with artists, art educators, thinkers and researchers, including artistic presentation and master - classes. Films and performances featuring classics, contemporary and world trends, films, inspired by current exhibitions in Jerusalem.

Giotto Circle

The project by Nanolaboratory of Hebrew University and  WILD KIDS Animation Studio, Jerusalem in the realm of science art. 

The result is collaborative work of kids, scientist and artists in promotion the art of science through the naive kids perception and professional artistic touch.  

Supervised by Dr. Meital Reches, Max Epstein and Vasyl Srybny

Hansen House Residence

3 Month in Hansen House: Site Specific Project.

Master-classes, workshops, projects...

2012 – present. Annual public presentations of the studio production, individual consulting for teachers

of art, artists and parents in Israel; animation screenings and studio presentations at the international



  • New on-line group for teen living out of Jerusalem

  • New on-line group living out of Israel

  • First prize for "Neve Tzedek" (in the nomination MAXI) of the 11th VAFI & RAFI festival – International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival

  • New Public Program - BLENDONG of sound & image

  • Second year of bagrut in animation project.


  • Two- year course for bagrut in animation (matriculation exam in Israel) in partnership with the Jerusalem High School for the Arts. The project was supported by Jerusalem Film & Television Fund

  • Online course for all the groups

  • Workshop "Purim Laundry" at Bat Yam Museum

  • Graffiti - animation wall with Jerusalem teens. In collaboration with AniNation animation festival and with support of Jerusalem municipality.

  • International workshop for DUFF - Dubrovnik Film Festival, Croatia.


  • Abasha Animation Festival for Youth

  • XII International Animation Workshop - Golden Snail. SAP, Vranje, Serbia: Wow Museum, Fly  

  • WILD KIDS workshop, Jerusalem International Film Festival. Within the screening of Wild Kids

documentary film  by Tal Pesses.


  • Opening of the new space of Wild Kids in Talpiot

  • Animated Hanukkah at WILD KIDS Animation Studio: Noah’s Ark

  • Arlekin Festival, Bulgaria 

2016 – 2017 Project “Giotto Circle”. Nanolab, the Hebrew University, Jerusalem


  • City of Tomorrow, Manofim Art Festival, in collaboration with the artists of the Agripas-12 Gallery,


  • Animix Animation Festival at the Cinematheque of Tel-Aviv: Metamorphoses

  • Animated Sukkot, Mamuta Art Center, Jerusalem: Sukkah

  • Hanukkah at Djanogli Art Center, Jerusalem: Transformations

  • Aggression Online (for educators working with youth groups at risk), WIZO Kagan Media Center,

Jerusalem: Aggression

  • VAFI -Varazdin Festival, Croatia 

2015 – 2016   DocuAnimation - part of the Community TV (for the adult amateur directors of the

documentary films), WIZO Kagan Media Center (Jerusalem) – MoBY (Bat Yam): Four Episodes


  • Creativity class at the Coral Convention (New Ways Eurasia Corporation), Eilat: The Coral Reef

  • Manofim Festival, Jerusalem: The Rustle  

  • Animation at Keshet (educational organization in support of the teenagers at risk), Jerusalem

  • Smadar Cinema Animated Coffee Shop, Animation Festival, Jerusalem

  • Seasonal Lakes, in collaboration with the Israeli Organization for Protection of Nature,

Yakub Kibbutz et al.

  • Animation at South Hebron, in collaboration with the Comet Laboratory for the Alternative

Energy Sources, Tuba village (children and youth of the local Arabic-speaking community):  Tuba


  • Collaborative marathon with the SAF Studio, Vranje, Serbia: The Flying Bus

  • Kamchatka Camp, Moscow: Moods Map

  • Animated Hanukkah (“WILD Synagogue” pilot project), Modiin

  • Animated Purim, WIZO Kagan Media Center, Jerusalem

  • Creativity class at the International “Smart Birds” Convention for Children

(New Ways Eurasia Corporation), Balchik, Bulgaria: The Flight

2013   Jerusalem Animation Festival for Children and Youth, Cinematheque of Jerusalem.


2012   Creativity class at the International Children Convention of the New Ways Eurasia Corporation,

Antalia, Turkey: The Parade

2012   Cinema Marathon “48 Hours”, Jerusalem Cinematheque: Burnt Edges


2011    Wilfred Museum, Kibbutz Ha-Zore’a: The Spring

2010    Masters and young artists, Ein Kerem, Mamuta Art Centre: Cone

School projects

2016   The Reality, Denmark School – Djanogli Art Center, Jerusalem: All This World

High school workshop addressing found objects in stop motion.

2016   Emotional Survival in the Holocaust, Schools of Ein Harod and Holon in collaboration with

WIZO-Kagan Center, Jerusalem: Bread High school emotional tuning in preparation for visiting

the WWII concentration camps in Poland

2012-2014    Lost Things at al., Hadassim School, Tsur Hadassa: The Monster, Kingdom of Lost Things,

Tournament Series of holiday workshops on the school premises

2011-2013   Animation-inspired, SHUVU School, Kfar Saba: The Jungle Researchers, Airport Incident,

The Planet Beyond, Footprints, Flying with the Wind. Series of year-long projects for Grades 3 - 5.

2011   Common Language, Jerusalem Hebrew-Arabic Bilingual School – WIZO Kagan Media Center:

The Fairy, Chocolate and Soccer Animation pedagogy in the mixed group of kids-speakers of Hebrew

and Arabic

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