Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Get Your New Year On

Artists 4 Israel Wishes you a Happy New Year!

A Happy End of Summer, a Happy Start of Fall and Just an Overall Happy Day!

Please take a moment and consider helping us start out our year right with a contribution:

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Are you DTF?

…What we mean is... Defending The Future! Do you go to or know someone at Temple University, UPitt, Haverford or Bryn Mawr? Artists 4 Israel is embarking on its first multi-school tour and we want you to get involved. Join other activists, along with well known graffiti and hip-hop groups, and be a part of something historic. Please email:

Made U Look

While “Palestinians” begin to riot after Abbas’ rejection of peace talks, the IDF’s elite Paratroopers' Reconnaissance Company gets to enjoy a little A4I art in Hebron. Peace to UTAH & ETHER. MUL stands for Made U Look – so true!

Gallery Show: The Response Series @ The Dershowitz Center

and a video from our latest show for your enjoyment:

Be a Part of The In Crowd!

Artists 4 Israel is working on many new and exciting programs, events and initiatives.

Get involved and be a part of what the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel is calling

“Artists 4 Israel is one of the most creative, innovative and effective Israel advocacy organizations today. They are changing our perceptions of PR and having an impact on our policy and style.”

To get involved please email

Monday, September 26, 2011

Speech! Speech! Speech!

Our President will be giving two very important and high-level speeches this month.

First, Craig Dershowitz will be sharing a podium with Steve Rosen, the former head of AIPAC at the Israel Study Group meeting in Philadelphia.
Steve was once arrested (but not prosecuted since there was absolutely no evidence) for espionage. How intriguing!

Second, Craig Dershowitz will be speaking at the NY-Toronto Fly-In on the same podium as Charles Bronfman, Andrew Tisch, Michael Steinhardt and Gary Bettman.

Craig is nervous. Wish him luck!

Thursday, September 15, 2011