(Since 2007) The Vertigo Eco-Art Village is a practical learning center aiming to generate social change and to promote an alternative model of sustainable living through comprehensive art and environment educational programs for the public. Striving to enhance artistic and environmental awareness and emphasizing the importance of social involvement and responsibility for our future on this planet, the Vertigo Eco-Art village holds national and international significance attracting both domestic and foreign tourism.
We are currently converting another chicken coop and building the Adamah Center for Art Studies and Environmental Education.
Danny Goldenberg Manager of the Vertigo Eco-Art Village where he lives with his family in a community that fosters the arts in an ecologically and socially responsible manner.
Noa Rosolio Assistant Manager
Tati Morag Administrative Coordinator
Tali Wertheim-Agreniuk Co-Director of the Power of Balance Integrated Dance Center, a spiritual teacher, healer and Devine Mother therapist who lives and works at the Vertigo Eco-Art Village together with her family in a community that fosters the arts in an ecologically and socially responsible manner.
Rina Wertheim-Koren Dancer and Assistant Choreographer, a graduate of the English National Ballet School in London, The Israel Ballet School, and P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels and winner of the 2009 Israel Ministry of Education Prize for best dancer. She has devoted years to the study of the body as the map of the soul. Her research is focused on identifying physical habitual forms realizing how they reflect personal behavior and the willingness to create space for transformation and renewal. Rina (42) works, creates and teaches at the Vertigo Eco-Art Village where she lives with her family in a community that fosters the arts in an ecologically and socially responsible manner.