AMIT graduates’ art displayed in Jerusalem museum
Two AMIT graduates have been chosen to exhibit their art at a national exhibition featuring works by students from Israel’s religious school system.
Shirel Saban and Danielle Carmi, graduates of AMIT Wasserman Torah, Arts and Sciences Jr. and Sr. High School for Girls in Ma’ale Adumim, both studied in the school’s art track. Now their work is on view at the Museum of Underground Prisoners in Jerusalem, which commemorates the Jewish underground—Haganah, Irgun, and Lehi—and its activities during the period leading up to the establishment of the State of Israel.
Carmi was chosen to present her final work from school, titles, “What If the Sky Is the Limit,” made from spray oil paint on canvas, which deals with the fine line between imagination and reality.
Saban is presenting her piece, “There Isn’t Room for Two Feet in the Same Shoe,” a pencil drawing about the connection between people.
Ruchama Vogel, the principal of AMIT Wasserman, said, “We believe that the inner voice that our girls use to express themselves in an important part of their personal development. We are proud of Danielle and Shirel for presenting their art at a national exhibition and are sure more successes await them in the future.”