Matan Pinkas is currently finishing a degree in film at the Maale Film School. Prior to his studies at Maale, Matan was one of the founders of the Ein Prat Academy for Leadership, which has become known throughout the country as one of Israel’s leading programs for learning and leadership post high school. Matan recently used his creative energies to start Kama Sukar, a community of Jerusalem activists working to empower and expand cultural life in the center of Jerusalem.
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To form an enclave of artists in every area, neighborhood, or city that will spark curiosity among the surrounding community and inspire new creators. The leading principle plays with the existing daily "rules" we live by, based on the understanding that reality forces certain routines on us that weigh down our lives and cause people to lose their trust in change and the power of man. The targeted community for this specific project- "kama sukar (lit. 'how much sugar') in the city center"- is the multitude of inhabitants and tourists that flock Jerusalem's city center. Events include exposing people to art whose purpose is to arouse curiosity and be of value for us, and as a tool for inspiring human communication that seems like it is slowly disappearing.