Art Program Mentors


Hila Cohen-Schneiderman

Hila Cohen Schneiderman is an Israeli curator. Since 2018, she has served as Chief Curator of MoBY—Museums of Bat Yam. She specializes in projects based on artistic, location-dependent research, and extensively explores platforms through which art and culture institutions can maintain organizational and mental flexibility, and collaborate with municipal systems.

In the past, she served as the artistic director of the Liebling program for interdisciplinary artists, which addressed the rethinking of the urban conservation concept, in collaboration with Tel Aviv Municipality’s Conservation Department. She worked as a curator at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art and in the ‘City Artist’ project for art residencies in municipal departments. Earlier, she was the director and curator of the Spaceship Art Gallery at Hayarkon 70 social complex.

Alongside her curatorial activities, she is also a lecturer at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Shenkar college, and the House of Israeli Art. She is a graduate of the Revivim program for outstanding teachers in Jewish studies, and holds a master’s degree in Hebrew literature from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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