Neveh Channah Art Track at Ein Gedi

The Art Track at the Neveh Channah High School, in memory of Anna Ehrman, encourages students to harness real-life feelings, events, questions and struggles as their source of inspiration.  The hallways of the school are dotted with the students’ works which range from creative interpretations of the Latin phrase “Homo homini lupus est”  (“Man is wolf to man”) to a depiction of the progress made by one student’s brother who has special needs. 

Recently, juniors and seniors in the Art Track enjoyed an “artists’ retreat” at the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve, in the heart of the Judean Desert. The students covered a number of diverse sites in an effort to connect with the expansive natural beauty and varied landscapes – as well as with their inner selves. 



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