General Safed Exhibition
Sheva Chaya Glassblowing Gallery
Kabbalistic concepts and women’s themes in Judaism are represented in the art of Denver-born painter and glass-blower Sheva Chaya...
Path of the Heart
Runs experiential walking tours of the old city accompanied by Hasidic guitar melodies, tales of the Kabbalists and an exploration of...
Safed Craft Pottery
UK-born potter Daniel Flatauer works in the English studio pottery tradition, producing tableware, kitchenware and Judaica that is both...
Khan of the White Donkey
This pluralistic cultural centre hosts a variety of cultural, environmental and health-oriented community activities, including concerts...
Serves a range of tasty pasta, quiches (48NIS), salads and freshly squeezed juices as well as creative fare such as figs (fresh when in...
2 Arlozoroff St · interesting places nearby
General Safed Exhibition information
Opened in 1952, this group gallery – housed in the white-domed, Ottoman-era Market Mosque – displays, sells and ships works by about 50 painters and 10 sculptors, including some very talented immigrants from the former Soviet Union. If you find yourself intrigued by a particular work, ask for directions to the artist’s studio.