Israel’s energetic and innovative artists specialize in a wide variety of areas from fashion to cuisine, and the performing, visual, literary and cinematic arts. Israeli artists continually push the boundaries of their art forms. They inspire self-reflective and communal examination and spark social change, while expressing the essence of the people and the land of Israel.
We collaborate with the area’s numerous cultural and academic institutions to organize a vast array of events, such as concerts, plays, film screenings, exhibitions, literary programs and much more. Through these partnerships, we celebrate Israeli culture, encourage cultural dialogue, and foster a multifaceted understanding of contemporary Israeli society.
Mrs Liat Lazimi-Levi
Deputy Chief of Mission
Liat Lazimi Levi holds the position of Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Israel in Singapore where she heads the cultural and political department. Armed with a Masters in Criminology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Liat did her BA in Middle Eastern Studies and Arabic Literature from the same university. Before commencing her term as DCM with the Embassy of Israel in Singapore, Liat held the position of Deputy Director at Department for Export Controls in the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Ms Magdelene Ng
Magdelene is the Cultural officer at the Embassy, promoting the exchange of cultural relations between Singapore and Israel. Creative and passionate about arts, she is equipped with a strong grasp of knowledge in event planning and programming. Her portfolio includes brainstorming and implementing cultural events - liaising with local festivals and Israeli artists, directors, films, performers and writers traveling from across the globe to our lovely island for events - that include film showcases, talks, exhibitions, workshops & performances. She reports to Deputy Chief of Mission Ms Liat Lazimi-Levi and works hand in hand with the Press Officer.
Prior to joining the Embassy, Magdelene spent some years working in the arts sector, including a 1.5 year stint at the Asian Civilisations Museum where she was a Programmes Officer.
Magdelene holds a Bachelor of Arts (1st Class Honours) in Arts Management from LASALLE College of the Arts as well as a Diploma in Tourism Management from Temasek Polytechnic.
In her leisure time, Magdelene pursues her other interests which include traveling, photography, theatre, volunteering, touch rugby and yoga.