HomeBase Project is a nomadic site-specific artist-in-residency and research program exploring the notion of home. Operating at the axis of contemporary art, social innovation and meaningful urban change, HomeBase seeks to challenge the role artists play in shaping their surrounding, raising new possibilities for social, communal, educational and civic awareness in everday urban life. 


HomeBase Project was founded in 2006 in NYC by Artist and Curator Anat Litwin. Over the years it has inhabited buildings in changing urban neighborhoods in New York and Berlin, transforming vacant sites into vital homes for cross cultural exchange and artistic experimentation in collaboration with diverse communities of artists, local residents, educators and social change agents. This year HomeBase takes place in one of the most complex cities in the world - Jerusalem. 


HomeBase Jerusalem has taken place in a 'nano' format in a historic residential building in the Baka neighborhood. The project began in Jan 2014 and will open to the public on Sep 20th, 2014 as part of 'Houses from Within' 2014. 
HomeBase Jerusalem takes place in a 'nano residency' format in a historic residential building in the Baq'a neighbourhood. 
The project will open to the public on Sep 20th, 2014 as part of 'Houses from Within' 2014, and will close Oct 12th. 


We invite you home.