Ruth Corman

Ruth Corman was born in Manchester, UK. She has an Honors degree in Sociology from Durham University. She divides her time between Jerusalem and London working as an art consultant for corporate and private buyers. She holds exhibitions in both countries and specializes in working with design consultants on major hotel projects abroad. Her particular expertise is in the field of contemporary applied arts as she has a passion for ceramics which she has collected over a long time.  In Israel she organizes the biennial Alix de Rothschild Craft Award Scheme and also runs a program for bringing top British craftspeople to Israel to give workshops and seminars in Tel Hai, Bezalel and Tel Aviv.

The Rubinger autobiography ‘60 Years Through My Lens’ was the first book that she wrote which has now been published in English, Hebrew and German. She is currently working on a second book which is a miscellany of cameos about Israel, focusing on the quirky, the humorous and the moving aspects of Israel society as she experiences it. When complete, the book will have 99 stories, each illustrated by her photographs.

 

 

After The War of independence

After The War of independence

by Ruth Corman

Fink’s Bar in Jerusalem was a meeting place of regular more ...
Tunnel vision

Tunnel vision

by Ruth Corman

A visit to Canary Wharf in London provided a fascinating more ...
Nachlaot: Rich Cultural Tapestry

Nachlaot: Rich Cultural Tapestry

by Ruth Corman

Nahlaot is one of Jerusalem's oldest and most fascinating more ...
Blade Runners in Cuba

Blade Runners in Cuba

by Ruth Corman

Ruth writes about her visit, as a tourist, to Cuba more ...
Pantless in Morocco

Pantless in Morocco

by Ruth Corman

A trip to Morocco for Ruth and Charles Corman started more ...
 
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