Telfed Ethiopian Community Initiative (TECI)
Authentic Ethiopian Art, produced by school children at the Maksam After School Enrichment centres in Hadera, Israel.
Funds raised from the sale of these posters are used for purposes of : Hiring professional teachers to assist the TECI volunteers in providing extra lessons and homework supervision; purchasing equipment and educational materials to equip the centres; sponsoring participation in the Yahalom summer camps which focus on building parent-child relationships while promoting knowledge of Zionism, Jewish culture, History, etc.
See below the posters you can choose numbered 1-10 and then click on the Shopping Cart below.
Mother & Children - Depicts many elements from the “Beta Israel” community’s lifestyle in Ethiopia, and the mother’s central role in the family.
H x W: 594 x 841 mm or 340 x 450 mm
Mount Sinai - The Revelation on Mt. Sinai of the Torah of Israel, called “Orit” in the language of the “Beta Israel” community, is a central pillar in the heritage of the community H x W: 340 x 450 mm
Pair of Musicians - Depicts the central place of music as a universal platform. H x W: 340 x 450 mm
Pomegranate - The pomegranate is a symbol of righteousness. It is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah. H x W: 594 x 841 mm
Boys at Play -Imaginitave collage made from brightly-colored, hand-painted cutouts. H x W: 594 x 841 mm
Guitar Player - Music in the Ethiopian village was a rare & priceless commodity. Musicians had a place of honor at every family event.
H x W: 340 x 450 mm
Ethiopian Masenqo Musician - Horse hair, rawhide and wood. These three things predominately make the beautiful one stringed lute that is the Masenqo. H x W: 594 x 841 mm
My Family - Parents and children portrayed against a traditionally cheerful Ethiopian background painted in bright colors.
H x W: 594 x 841 mm
Musical Montage - Music and color is in every traditional Ethiopian heart, home and village. H x W: 594 x 841 mm
Jebena and Sini Jebena is the clay pottery used for making and serving coffee. It is served in a Sini, a delicate cup that fits nicely in the palm of your hand. H x W: 841 x 594 mm
Make your choice of poster (s) below and add to the PayPal Cart or if you do not have a PayPal account you can still pay via PayPal secure credit card system. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if any questions :
Now available for immediate delivery in South Africa - call Dori 011 783 6716
Please note in the dropdown options below :
1 –3 posters = US$28 ea.
4 = US$88 (for 4)
7 = US$ 144
For purchasing in Israel using the following Shopping Cart or call Telfed 09 7907800 09:00-15:00.
Allow up to 2 months for delivery: