NOA

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Born: 1981,  Israel

Education:
2006 BFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel.

Selected Exhibitions:
2009 "AIDA’s Gems- Israel’s Jewelers", AIDA, SOFA CHICAGO; 2009 “Form Follows Sun”, Ruth Lahav, Lahav Rigg Architects, ZeZeZe Architecture gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel; 2008 “Evolution – Random, Genes and Mutation – Processes in Design”, Law and Business Academic Center, Ramat-Gan, Israel; 2008 “Arts in Different Materials” Henkin Design Gallery, Holon,  Israel; 2007 “Artic 9”, exhibition of the America Israel Cultural Foundation, Sharet Scholarship Program Winners, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel- Aviv  University, Tel-Aviv; 2007 “Ot Haitzuv", Wohl Center, Ramat-Gan, Israel; 2007 “Designed in Israel 2007”, Riding power station, Tel Aviv; 2006 “The Future Generation - Street Gallery”, Tel Aviv, Israel; 2006 Graduate exhibitions, “Bezalel 100”, Terminal 1 at Ben-Gurion Airport, Tel-Aviv, Israel;  2006 “Artic 8”, exhibition of the America Israel Cultural Foundation, Sharet Scholarship Program Winners, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel; 2006 ”Under the table”, Ceremonies and Materials in the Local Culture, Bezalel Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel; 2006 “Skin Deep”, Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem, Israel; 2006 “Material in the Vicinity of the Body”,  the Farm Gallery of Art and Design, Holon, Israel; 2005 ”Tableware”,  ID Design, Jerusalem, Israel; 2005 “Lights Objects”, Karnei Techelet Elkabetz, Tel-Aviv, Israel; 2005 “Continuity and Change”, Bezalel Traveling Judaica Exhibition, Washington DC, USA; 2004 “Judaica”,  Museum of Italian Jews, Jerusalem, Israel; 2004 Bezalel Graduates Exhibitions, Jerusalem, Israel.

Awards and Honors:

2007 Design award, “Ot-Haitzuv”; 2006 The Department Prize for Academic Excellence; 2006 The History and Theory Department Prize for Excellence; 2005 The Sharett Scholarship for Excellence in Design; 2005 The Evelyn Graber Judaica Prize for the Design of a Ritual Jewish Object; 2005 The Romie Shapiro Judaica Prize; 2005 The Moshik Ben Dor Prize for Social Involvement; 2005 The Department Prize for Academic Excellence; 2004 The Lockman Prize for Applied Design.



Participant in AIDA's Special Exhibit at SOFA Chicago 2009

Noa’s furniture is inspired by her grandmother’s love to host large gatherings in her small home. Her furniture’s small scale and portability allows her grandmother to host hoards of guests without overburdening her small space. A jeweler by training, Noa often generates her ideas from the organic forms of plants and animals, as well as childhood games and toys. She is a past recipient of a scholarship from the America Israel Cultural Foundation. Her works have been widely exhibited across Israel.