The Inspiration Journey

 Inspiration – Arts for humanity is based on fifteen years of  accumulated experience developed within the Topaz Social Incubator in Israel.

One of Inspirations’ leading trucks is establishing creative schools, day centers, and boarding schools in Israel and abroad, in which the core activity is the training of students as young artists and the use of the arts as a means for personal growth and broader social change.

Some of these organizations successful initiatives include Muzot, a high school for the Arts in Jaffa – Israel, the academic arts center Muse Uganda (2009-2015) in Uganda, the Avant-garde arts centers in Atlit, and Osifia, the Masachim school of communication in Or Yehuda, and the Bikat Kinorot Israeli Inspiration action, experience and training center (2013-2016).

During 2014 Inspiration initiated and developed The Guiuan Eastern Samar Community Art Center in the Philippines (after the Yolanda typhoon), participated in the 8000 paper clips encounter with South Sudanese refugees (initiated by the artist Raffael Lomas) (2015).

In 2016 Inspiration established in Uganda Inspiration Interdisciplinary Center of Art and Social Change (IIC-ASC) at Makerere University, Kampala, and most recently (July-August 2019) Inspiration Germany initiated a unique documentary, learning and artistic project jointly with the Emmauskirchengemeinde Adendorf, educational trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau with young community volunteers and leaders.

The Inspiration Journey

Inspiration – Arts for humanity is based on fifteen years of  accumulated experience developed within the Topaz Social Incubator in Israel.

One of Inspirations’ leading trucks is establishing creative schools, day centers, and boarding schools in Israel and abroad, in which the core activity is the training of students as young artists and the use of the arts as a means for personal growth and broader social change.

Some of these organizations successful initiatives include Muzot, a high school for the Arts in Jaffa – Israel, the academic arts center Muse Uganda (2009-2015) in Uganda, the Avant-garde arts centers in Atlit, and Osifia, the Masachim school of communication in Or Yehuda, and the Bikat Kinorot Israeli Inspiration action, experience and training center (2013-2016).

During 2014 Inspiration initiated and developed The Guiuan Eastern Samar Community Art Center in the Philippines (after the Yolanda typhoon), participated in the 8000 paper clips encounter with South Sudanese refugees (initiated by the artist Raffael Lomas) (2015).

In 2016 Inspiration established in Uganda Inspiration Interdisciplinary Center of Art and Social Change (IIC-ASC) at Makerere University, Kampala, and most recently (July-August 2019) Inspiration Germany initiated a unique documentary, learning and artistic project jointly with the Emmauskirchengemeinde Adendorf, educational trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau with young community volunteers and leaders.