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 "... Our goal is to make the experience of going to a play or to a concert in this or that hall, into a an doorway into a diverse world of events related to theatre and music, in all the halls and spaces of the building. We want to unify the common spaces to the extent possible, so that the public can meet and exchange opinions - to create a living connection between the events that happen in the different halls." (Nadler, Nadler, Bixon Architects, planners of the Theatre).

The Jerusalem Theatre compound was planned from the outset to express its raison d'etre of providing a complete cultural experience to the audience. The Theatre's lobbies play an essential role in creating this all-encompassing experience. The common spaces function as art galleries for painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital works, textile works, and more. The exhibits include solo exhibits by well-known artists and beginning artists, group exhibitions, art-school graduate exhibitions, and thematic exhibitions.

The compound provides a distinguished forum for the artistic community in Israel and in Jerusalem in particular. The Theater helps expose the artists to wider audiences, while exposing the Theatre's visitors to the visual arts.

Major exhibits 
"Fashion Show" This tribute to the costume designers of the Hebrew theatre, initiated by the Jerusalem Theatre, included 120 costumes, from The Dybbuk to the present. About half of the costumes in the exhibit are originals, and the rest are reconstructions. Sketches and photographs from the different plays were also on display.

Aboriginal art exhibition
The exhibition "Mythology and Reality," produced in cooperation with the Israel Museum, displayed Aboriginal art works for the first time in Israel. Aboriginal art reflects thousands of years of culture, from the social, spiritual, artistic, and philosophical angles, and represents an ancient way of life through contemporary artistic means.

"Thank God who has made me a woman"
One hundred portraits of women, taken by women from the "women photographing" community. The exhibition was an artistic response to the debate over the issue of the exclusion of women in Israel.

Sculpture in the Theatre
The Theatre compound contains three major sculptures that create a continuity between the exterior and interior of the building. In a precedent-setting move, in the earliest planning stages of the compound, the planners asked to incorporate sculpture into the architecture itself, to make it an integral and organic part of the compound. The work on the outside plaza, which is integrated with the terraces, faces a sculpture-relief above the main entrance and leads into the interior sculpture in the tall space in the central lobby. The three concrete sculptures were commissioned from the sculptor Yehiel Shemi.

The exhibitions are open to the public on the following days and times:

Sun. - Thurs. 16:30 - 21:30 | Fri.12:00 - 15:00 | Sat. from the end of Shabbat to 21:30 and while the Theatre is open for performances.

Folk Embroidery Through the Generations – Megina Shlein and Her Students
Folk Embroidery Through the Generations – Megina Shlein and Her Students

An exhibition to mark the 5th anniversary of the passing of Megina Shlein, a Jerusalem-born embroiderer, an expert in folk embroidery with a collection of works from over 50 countries. She taught generations of embroiderers who are preserving the tradition.

Theater Gallery – July 20 2016-August 30 2016




Israeli Summer – Group Exhibition
Israeli Summer – Group Exhibition

Around 60 artists from all fields of the plastic arts offer Their personal interpretation of the Israeli summer.

Sherover Theater Lobby – July 26 2016–September 4 2016




Within Touching Distance – Natalie Fishler
Within Touching Distance – Natalie Fishler

The photographs document her trip to Africa intimately and personally, covering her work with children and lions. Curator: Doron Adar

Sherover Theater Lobby – October 13 2016–November 15 2016




The Glass Service
The Glass Service

Group exhibition by the Glass Fantasy studio. Each artist brings her personal song in the works that combine a range of glass working techniques, including classic stained glass, tiffany and mosaic.

Chopin Entrance Lobby, Crown Wing – August 29 2016-October 8 2016




In Movement – Israel Quilters’ Association
In Movement – Israel Quilters’ Association

The annual exhibition of the Israel Quilters’ Association – movement of the human body, movement of objects in space, the movement of the wind and the movement of waves – proactive movement, instinctive movement, movement activated by various forces and movement that impacts on other kinds of movement. Work: Rchel Chowers


Sherover Theater Lobby – September 5 2016–October 12 2016






A View of the Model – Yana Barlev
A View of the Model – Yana Barlev

The artist paints man in her vicinity, in spontaneous and orchestrated situations, as well as her everyday objects. She expresses the look of the characters, but also the look of the still life objects. Oil paintings and sketches.

Chopin Entrance Lobby, Crown Wing – October 9 2016-November 13 2016


A Celestial Experience – Rachel Greenspan
A Celestial Experience – Rachel Greenspan

Flying to… returning from… fear and what is between them – photographs

Theater Gallery – October 10 2016-November 16 2016




Song in a Forest – Sivan Rotem

Nature’s song as reflected in Israel’s landscapes, and the countries which the artist, a professional soprano singer, has visited for her performances.

Sherover Theater Lobby – October 13 2016–November 16 2016