Arts - Page 59

Bringing Israeli television to American audiences

The new Fox game show "Boom!" is the latest in a long line of adaptations of Israeli TV series.

Director of 'Food Stamped' and 'Crime After Crime' embraces the unpredictable

Yoav Potash's award-winning documentaries earned him many awards. Learn what he's been up to since.

Hollywood producer looking for the next great idea

Ben Silverman travels to Israel to find his next TV program to produce.

Online art competition unites cultures

Israeli artists from around the world participated in the first official Social Network Art Competition.

Tiny is the new big when it comes to food art

Shay Aaron's miniatures look real enough to eat. Small as his sculptures are, this artist has big dreams.

Bringing 'Stomp' to the classroom

A drummer creates music programs in which participants use instruments made from nature.

Flowers that never wilt

Artists create ceramic flowers that are always in bloom.

Amy Winehouse's family and fans keep her legacy alive

Intimate exhibit touring the world tells a different tale of the late singer.

Saw serenade?

Creative musicians have figured out how to get an amazing sound out of a saw.

Jewelry made to fade

Noam Bar Yochai's designs are more than beautiful — they each tell a story.

7 great foreign films you can stream on Netflix right now

Grab some popcorn and prepare for the ultimate foreign movie marathon.

7 places where the scenery is as exciting as the music

These open-air music venues excite the eyes as well as the ears.

International superheroes

Expand your geek cred by learning about these 5 heroes from around the world

Colorful Druze fabric is rich in family tradition

The handbags and totes popular in online stores originated in a tranquil mountain village.

Hilarious Tel Aviv comedy troupe debuts in New York

Tziporela brings their fast-paced sketch show to the Big Apple for the first time.