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The Free Academy was founded in 1999 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Tel-Aviv was founded on empty dunes north of the existing city of Jaffa. ...


Her founders and top executives are Roy Arad ("Chicky"), Joshua Simon, Ari Libsker, Nimrod Kamer, Hagai Boaz, Rinat Berkowitz, Asaf Galay, Vaan Nguyen, Yossi Atia and several other, more confidential figures. Roy Arad (Aka Roy Chicky Arad) is an Israeli poet, musician, script-writer and Artist (Born 1977, Israel). ... Ari Libsker (ארי ליבסקר) born in the city of Haifa, Israel in the 1970s. ... Nimrod Kamer, (נמרוד קמר, also known as nnimrodd, born 23 December 1981), is an Israeli artist, film director, film teacher and journalist. ... Nguyen Thi Hong Vaan (ואן נויין) (also known as Vaan Nguyen) is an Israeli journalist and artist, curently living in the city of Tel Aviv. ...


The Free Academy had organized debates, lectures, cultural demonstrations and diverse exhibitions in several art fields. Her members are either poets, filmmakers or journalists; people that "by walking in the streets alone, manage to fulfil their daily mission" (Roy Arad in a speech, November 2005). Winged Victory of Samothrace exihibited in the Louvre. ...


In the winter of 2005 The Free Academy Israel had published a new magazine - Maayan Magazine for poetry, art and ideas, and with it's 2nd issues appeared also Maarvon a sub magazine of cinema. Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Maarvon Cover Maarvon is a new Israeli film magazine. ...


The group is also responsible of publishing Archisex, a fanzine of sex and architecture (Editor: Rinat Berkowitz) and Maayani, the Maayan web-site, (Editors: Yoni Raz Purtugali and Freddy). A fanzine (see also: zine) is a nonprofessional publication produced by fans of a particular subject for the pleasure of others who share their interest. ... Look up Sex in Wiktionary, the free dictionary This article is about biological sexes — male, female, etc. ... The Parthenon on top of the Acropolis, Athens, Greece Table of architecture, Cyclopaedia, 1728 The following article focuses on built environment, the architecture of spaces designed for human habitation. ...


Another sub-department of The Free Academy Israel is the Avriri Cinema film production unit. "Avriri" is responsible of making screening nights and lectures around Israel and it's founders are Nimrod Kamer and Yossi Atia. A group of filmmakers from Israel, that had also written a manifesto called The Avriri Declaration (Tel Aviv2005). ... Nimrod Kamer, (נמרוד קמר, also known as nnimrodd, born 23 December 1981), is an Israeli artist, film director, film teacher and journalist. ...


other links

  • Maayan Magazine website
  • The Free Academy
  • Avriri Cinema
  • Archisex Funzine
  • The Baaboon film project in which Joshua Simon is a lead member of

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