Proud to host the best of Israeli artists

ICC Jerusalem has made it its mission to promote Israeli art with a regular display of permanent and changing exhibitions of historical and contemporary photography, as well as sculpting, ceramics and painting exhibitions in a broad range of techniques, and of both well-known and emerging artists.

Worth visiting is the archeological site located inside ICC Jerusalem. Dating back to the 1st-2nd century AD, the site features a workshop of earthenware utensils, which was operated by the Roman Legion. The remains of the workshop were excavated during the construction of the foundations for the Teddy Hall. It includes pools and surfaces for clay processing, an area where the different utensils have been shaped, and furnaces for firing them at high temperatures.

All the utensils on display next to the furnaces are exact copies of the original artifacts discovered in the excavations. The original finding is on display in dedicated windows in the lounge of the Teddy Hall.

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Getting at ICC

The International Convention Center – Binyanei Hauma, is located on the entrance to Jerusalem, within a short car drive from Tel Aviv and even shorter from the Ben Gurion International Airport. It is accessible from roads No. 1, No. 6 (a toll road), and No. 443. As such, it is highly accessible from any direction. The Center is a few minutes-walk from the Railway Station, the Light Train station, and the Jerusalem Central Bus Station.

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