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  • Talma Gotteiner

Tel-Aviv: Fun Expo 2019 - Arts, Crafts and Circus Acts

Hi there!

An extraordinary exhibition for the general public, at the Tel-Aviv fairgrounds is taking place today. The event was organized by the Unity Art Association that represents mainly artists and small business owners formerly from the Soviet Union and Commonwealth. The exhibition has brought approximately 150 artists and small businesses to present their wares and services.

WHEN: Today, Oct 31st, 2019 10:00-21:00. Entrance is Free.

WHERE: Tel-Aviv Fairgrounds, Pavilion no. 13

Tel-Aviv: Fun Expo 2019 - Arts, Crafts and Circus Acts

Left to Right: Galina Smith, Spokeswoman and Maria Preiger, CEO from Unity Art and Mordechai Krupro Florentin Circus Sales & Operations Manager.

The presenting artists come from diverse fields including: doll and puppet makers, sculptors, painters, jewelers, florists, paperwork, prints, photographs, crafts and more.

Tel-Aviv: Fun Expo 2019 - Arts, Crafts and Circus Acts

Clockwise from Top: Miniatures by Masha Evseeva, Jewelry by Murrmelad, Dolls by Jacaranda, Soaps by Sabonita

Guests also enjoy unique product and service booths related to lifestyle, fashion and care businesses such as: beauticians, mystics, masseuses, makeup artists, therapists and more.

Last, but not least, the Florentin Circus is presenting a few small acts during the exhibition that liven the atmosphere and introduce the public to their the upcoming Hannukah and New Years shows.

Tel-Aviv: Fun Expo 2019 - Arts, Crafts and Circus Acts

Above: Florentin Circus Team

Maria Preiger, CEO and founder of the Unity art association, opened the event by explaining that the exhibition is intended to expose artists who made Aliyah to Israel and have no way of presenting their works to the general public. The annual exhibition is one of the largest events in Israel designed for Russian-speaking creators, with the aim of supporting and encouraging more and more artists and businesses to share their talents and work with the Israeli audience.

UNITY ART was founded by Maria Preiger in 2014 as a non-profit organization to help and support Israeli artists. The association organizes exhibitions, festivals, fairs, fun days, workshops for children and adults. The association operates on a broad national basis and maintains extensive contacts and collaborations with public bodies and institutions in Israel and abroad to promote arts, culture and education.

I know it's last minute, but it's a great way to kick off the weekend so I hope you find time for it.

Best, Talma

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