The old Aqueduct imparts its beauty on the unique compound of the ‘Israeli Art under the Aqueduct Workshop and Studio’ at Moshav Regba.
It is a unique and exceptional compound spread over an area of nearly 1200 yards, in a place where once chicken pens used to stand.
The compound is divided into a number of concept spaces, each designed with refurbished retro furniture as well as furniture built in the carpentry space, all offered for sale.
The idea behind the workshop is to provide a home for Galilean creation and for people who love people.
Workshops are held in each concept space and can be accompanied by a brunch-style meal. Jubilees and special events may also be celebrated here.
The Carpentry space offers furniture manufactured on location as well as carpentry workshops.
In the light fixtures space – fixtures are designed and old fixtures are remodeled, based on both the idea of redesigning and of recycling. Workshops are also offered here.
The children’s creativity space is engaging and comprises everything children love; plenty of colors, and plenty of materials to touch.
The furniture is made of wood; the light fixture is simply made of colorful life-preservers hanging from the ceiling.
The place also comprises children’s games, shopping carts and items designed to enrich children’s imaginations. Workshops are also conducted here where children can touch the materials, create and construct items according to their own imagination.
The Exhibition space – displays exhibits and alternating displays and serves as a kind of a gallery.
The kitchen space – features an open kitchen at the heart of which stands a fully accessorized square bar, where cooking and baking chef workshops are conducted, led by renowned chefs.
At the Textile Space – a designer designs textile products, not clothes, made of jeans; such as laundry baskets, cushioned footstools, cushions, storage items, infants’ products and bags.
The idea behind Jeans creations is that Jeans is always suitable; it is used repeatedly, people do not readily give it away, and it is suitable for everyone and for every event, and used like a global uniform.
The Styling space – offers styling workshops.
The Inspiration space – enables holding meetings, workshops and teambuilding days. The workshop space comprises a large desk surrounded by chairs, a screen and appropriate lighting.
In the Pottery space – Anat Horesh, one of the “Workshop”s owners and a known potter, together with local guest ceramic artists, offers ceramics and pottery workshops.
The workshop is surrounded by a terrace overlooking the aqueduct. The terrace extending from the children’s space has a sand box, swings and garden toys. The area is fenced in and secured.
Terrace areas surrounding other spaces and designed for adults, comprise sitting corners.
The workshop offers coffee, tea, cold beverages and cakes sold for a symbolic price.
The place however does not serve as a coffee house and is not designed for guests from outside, but rather only for workshop visitors and participants.
The workshop is open for private as well as for business affairs, birthday parties, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, small scale weddings, when such celebrations fit a concept existing in the place.
The workshop is also designed to hold initiated events, such as: evenings with a musical ensemble on a glass of wine; cinema evenings; cultural evenings; inspiration parties based entirely on do-it-yourself with creating artists who will present their finished works.
The whole workshop may be rented out for teambuilding events of 100-150 people, launching events, and press conferences.