ETHEL

PISAREF

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Education:
1986-87 Studied ceramics at the National High Academy of Art, Antwerpen, Belgium; 1982-86 BA in Sociology, Anthropology and Fine Arts, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2011 "Moove" The Israeli Opera, Tel-Aviv; 2010-2011 Belger Arts Center, KCMO, USA; 2009 "Clay Sensation" Fifth Ceramic Biennale, Haaretz Museum; 2009 "The Fire into the Melting Pot" Traveling Exhibition, Charlotte, NC, USA and Mint Museum of Craft Museum, Toronto Canada; 2008 Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, AIDA, Philadelphia, USA; 2007 "Identity & Territory" Museum Ceramic Biennale.Haaretz Fourth; 2005 The Third Ceramics Biennale, Haaretz Museum, Israel; 2003 "Shlush Shloshim", Ceramic Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel 2000 "Ceramics Biennale", Eretz Israel Museum, Israel; 2000 "Vases" - Hankin Design Gallery, Holon, Israel; 1998 "Ways in clay - 5 decades of ceramic art in Israel", Beit Kahana Gallery, Ramat-Gan, Israel; 1995 "Art- Industry", Arad Museum and Bat-Yam Museum, Israel; 1994 The new Gimel Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel; 1994 International Ceramics Event, Athenes, Greece; 1993 "Ceramic Biennale", Turkish Railway Station Gallery, Beer Sheva, Israel; 1993 "Receptacles" - Beit Kahana Gallery, Ramat-Gan, Israel;; 1993 "Ceramic Biennale", Beer Sheva, Israel; 1993 International Ceramics Event. Silkeborg, Denmark; 1992 "Ancient and Modern Ceramics" - Art Gallery, Haifa University, Haifa, Israel; "Ceramics Israel 92" - Beit-Kahana, Ramat-Gan, and the International Academy of Ceramics, Istanbul, Turkey; 1992 "Fisher Hall", Jerusalem, Israel; 1991 shows at the Ceramic Shop-Gallery "All Together 8," Jerusalem, Israel; 1990 "Masks", Quality House, Jerusalem, Israel; 1990 " Young Designers" - (Jugend Gestaltet) - represented Israel at the International Exhibition, Munich, Germany; 1989-91 "Ceramic From Israel". Traveling exhibition: Germany, Belgium, France, Portugal, Poland and Finland; 1989 " Creation In Industry", Turkish Railway Station Gallery, Beer Sheva, Israel; 1989 "Cadim Gallery," (Solo exhibition) Jerusalem, Israel; 1985 Artist House, Haifa, Israel

Awards and Honors:
2005 Recipient of AIDA Scholarship to the Watershed Center for Ceramic Art
2008 Participant in The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, with the support of AIDA. Ethel's work can be seen at the Eretz Israel Museum and the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, in Israel.