Beit HaGefen Art Gallery is a culture house dedicated to local, Middle Eastern and international art that addresses multiculturalism and dialogue. The gallery strives to generate and facilitate the artistic discourse surrounding these social and political issues, which are inseparable from Haifa's unique human cultural fabric.
The gallery endeavors to generate collaborations, initiating and promoting projects and allows specialization, leadership and motivation of significant practices, alongside alternative creation which gives representation to different sectors of the population.
The gallery's activities focus on five main areas: holding art exhibitions open to the public, education, encouraging local art, fostering curatorial practices in the Arab society and establishing collaborations with Israeli and international institutions.
The gallery holds five exhibitions a year, including the "Holiday of Holidays" festival exhibition, featured each December throughout the public areas of Wadi Nisnas while delineating a walking route between the works of art along the neighborhood's streets, and the "Arab Culture Month" exhibition, which gives a platform to Arab art and artists.
The gallery is always open to curators, artists and art institutions that are welcome to propose projects and exhibitions which have an affinity with the vision of the gallery.