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Jerusalem's art, culture and community events are fascinating, unique and usually hard to find. We want to engage the public in everything happening in Jerusalem -- From student parties, underground raves, music, dance, theatre, crafts and second-hand sales, gallery and museum talks, tours and more. We want Jerusalemites and visitors to meet in real life and experience all cultures, people, streets, sounds, scents and meanings of this occasionally blessed city.

Messy.Boat was developed with the kind support of the Jerusalem Foundation, and operates as part of Bar-Kayma for Culture, Art, Music and Peace (RA).

Questions? jerus@lemite.org

Webmaster: Noam Kuzar, Webmistress: Lidia Maletin
Master of Code: Sandeep Yadav
Master of Design: Yosi Bercovitch


History
"Messy.Boat.Bitch.On.Yacht" was established in 2002 by Noam Kuzar and Eran Zachs as a weekly fanzine publicizing cultural events in Jerusalem. In the beginning it was supported by HaZira and since 2005 was published independently with the support of local pubs and businesses. The same year, with no fund whatsoever, our first website was built by Noam Kuzar and Ivan Maletin and published over 25,000 events between 2005-2011. The printed version discontinued in 2007 but the website provided listings for local independent media outlets such as "Assimon" magazine, "Hatula" and more. In 2014 a geographical pilot of the current platform was developed as part of "Beita" artists' residency, along with Yair Assaf-Shapira and Anat Litwin as artistic director. The current version is still under development with the kind support of the Eyal Sher and Atcha Bar, Cultural Directors of the Jerusalem Foundation. And special thanks to Suave.

Terms of Use
Jerusalemite.org provides a platform for updating and distributing art, culture and community events. Registered users agree that all information will be posted publicly, and the operators of this website will not be held accountable for third party content. Users and content promoting hate, violence, racism or disrespect will be removed and banned, as well as anything else we might find unsuitable, offensive, irrelevant or just wrong.

The database, code, design and display are (C)opyright of HaKetem Media, Jerusalem,and opertes as part of Bar-Kayma for Culture, Art, Music and Peace (RA 580450898).