The MusraraMix Festival is an international multidisciplinary event that takes place in the borderline neighborhood of Musrara,  initiated and produced by the Naggar Multidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Musrara. 
The festival is a hub of artistic and social happenings, embodying the political and cultural essence of Jerusalem and Israel.  Every year the festival is based around one theme. The 19th year of the festival is the year of Displacement – developmental processes of transformation, reproduction, and liberation.
The festival expresses the school’s outlook.  We believe in the significant role the creative process has, when it turns our gaze onto society and the identities that structure it.  We believe in the power the festival has, as part of the educational process of the students.
the Naggar Multidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Musrara, invites the public to participate in the events taking place during the festival, to experience the neighborhood, explore its streets, be a guest in the backyards, meet the residents and enjoy some of the best multidisciplinary made in Israel and the world today. We would like to thank our partners: firstly the residents of Musrara, the public funds and organizations from Israel and abroad that sponsor our activity, and of course our students, teachers and school staff.



The first night of the festival

אתמול פתחנו את פסטיבל מוסררהמיקס 19 – דיספלייסמנט עם עשרות אמנים מהארץ ומחו"ל שעשו מוזיקה, אמנות ופרפורמנס. הצטרפו אלינו גם הערב ומחר לחגיגות בשכונת מוסררה.

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Main Stage – Music

This year on the Main Stage: Hands & Groover, Tamarada, Yossi Fine hosts Ben Ayalon, a combined performance by the singers: Daniel Rubin, The Djamsheed

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MusraraMix Program

The full program will be launched in the beginnig of May. The International Musrara Mix Festival returns this 19th year to the Musrara neighborhood in

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The Naggar School Of Art

9 HaAyin Het St. Jerusalem 91323, Telephone: 02-6286519, Fax: 02-6264479, Email: natalyal@musrara.co.il


The Light Train: Safra Square, Jerusalem Municipality
Buses: From the Central Bus Station: 66, 66A, From Mount Scopus: 17, 19
Parking: Kikar Safra, Jerusalem Municipality