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Hacha’im Silan?

By Tamar Greenberg Helfman

Hacha’im Silan?

By Tamar Greenberg Helfman

Tamar Greenberg Helfman

Hacha’im Silan?

Active since: 2015

An Israeli blog that focuses mostly on art, art education, travels in Israel and around the world written from a personal perspective with much emphasize on unique and original ideas. The name of the blog, “Life is Dates Honey?” stems from my name Tamar, which means date in Hebrew. The question mark at the end reflects the complexity of life. I try to simplify the art world and to give practical tips and suggestions as I guide the viewer in their journey into the world of the arts.

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I am...

Born in Israel in Kibbutz Yad Mordechai, located in the south part of Israel, bordering the Gaza strip. I have a Master’s degree in Art Education. I am a Mixed Media artist and visual art journalist

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I write about

My blog focuses mostly on different aspects of art and art education. I bring a fresh look on museums, exhibitions, artists and art creations from around the world

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My Audience

People who are interested in matters of the art and integrate art in their daily life as well as in their travels.

Places I covered

Available collabs.

Travel Type

Blog highlights & achievements

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