Hadass Gilboa (born 1983 in Israel, grew up in Belgium) is a drawing, etching and video artist. Gilboa received her BFA in Screen Based Arts from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and her BA in Art History from the University of Haifa in Israel, both of which she graduated with honors after completing with special honors a candidature in Art History at UCL, Belgium. Gilboa recently held two solo exhibitions in Tel Aviv, at the Zimmer Gallery and at Mazeh9 Galley. Her work has been featured in exhibitions and film festivals in Israel and Europe, among them is BALKANIMA - the European Animated Film Festival in Belgrade, Serbia. In 2016 Gilboa held a research fellowship at The Glasgow School of Art as part of Erasmus+ Higher Education Mobility Programme, and in 2009 was awarded the EU Union's Partnership for Peace Programme’s PUSH Project prize for short animated film. In 2011, she also received The Rabinovich Foundation for the Art’s “Cinema Project” grant. Gilboa is a lecturer at Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem and during the years 2012-14 co-managed Hadass&Ofira animation studio. Her works are on permanent display at ATELIERmh in Tel Aviv. She lives and works with her spouse and daughter in Tel Aviv.

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