Monthly Events

The ITA organizes ongoing meetings, workshops, courses and other events both for members and nonmembers in the areas of translation, editing, and other related fields. It offers its members the opportunity to enhance their expertise and knowledge and keep up-to-date with translation-related topics and fast-growing technology. Additionally, these events are a great opportunity to meet other translators and editors, exchange views and ideas and create and develop work connections.


We are pleased to announce that the next event to be held by the Israel Translators Association will take place in Rehovot.

When: Sunday, February 17, 2019, between 17:00 21:00 hrs.

Where: Leonardo Boutique Hotel, 2 Oppenheimer St., Science Park, Rehovot

Waze identifies this location, at:

On Translation and Language as mirrored in the Cinema (in Hebrew)

This will include, among others, a hilarious scene from Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator, in which someone supposodely interprets his speech to the movie’s audience.

Speaker: Ron Fogel

Lawyer, lecturer on cinematography and movie critic on Israel’s Channel 11 TV and Channel 2 on the radio. Serves as artistic director of Korean Film Festival in Israel, and is a founding member of the Israeli Movie Critics Association.

History and Culture of the Netherlands: Art and Literature Aspects (in Hebrew)

Dutch culture as mirrored in literature, art, and historical background, plus a review of translations from Dutch to Hebrew.

Speaker: Andre Boers

Chairman of the center for the Research of the History of Dutch Jewry

Graduated from Leiden University in Holland in Japanese language and literature.
Served as Vice CEO of marketing and sales in Asia and Pacific area for Scitex, 1989-2000.
Served in same capacity for Kodak, 2000-2005.
Resided in Sydney, Australia, with family in 1989-2005.
Upon returning to Israel in 2005 founded a consultancy for marketing and financing Palestinian ventures in cooperation with Israeli companies.


17:00–18:00: Registration

18:00-19:00: Lecture by Ron Fogel

19:00-20:00: Dairy evening dinner

20:00-21:00: Lecture by Andre Boers


ITA members: 100 NIS

Nonmembers: 150 NIS


Please enter the registration form via the following link:

After filling in the required fields (in Hebrew) and clicking “Send”, the appropriate links for paying the ITA member fee (100 NIS) or nonmember fee (150 NIS) will appear.

Receipts for payment will be emailed at a later date.

Please Note:

  • There is no need for you to open a personal Paypal account. Just enter this form or pay via the “Credit Card” link that appears below the fields for paying via Paypal. After filling all credit card details and other requested detailed, check the accept Paypal terms box, and then click “Send”.
  • You may cancel your registration and get a refund up to February 13. Later cancellation or not turning up at the event will not qualify for a refund.
  • Should you wish to register another person besides yourself, please reenter the registration form, fill in the other person’s details, and pay again for him or her. Currently we do not have an option for making a single payment for several people.
  • At the top of the registration form you have the link for renewing your annual ITA membership, or registering as a new member.

Getting to the the place and parking:

By car: Waze recognizes the place.
Between the hotel and the train station there is a free parking area, but it is liable to be full during the hours of this event.
Next to it there is the
Metro Mall underground parking, which costs 40 NIS.
The neighboring streets are blue-white parking zones, requiring payment via
Pango, Cellopark, etc.

Buses: Bus 26 from the Rehovot central bus station gets to the place: Frequency: 15-20 minutes.
Busses from other places:
Rishon LeZion: 164, 201, 301, 371
Mazkeret Batia: 26
Gedera: 37
Be’er Sheva: 369, 377

If coming by train: Get off at Rehovot station, and the hotel is a few steps away from there.

Hope to see you there!

AnchorAnchor The ITA Committee


Furthermore, on March 13, 2019, we will gather in Kfar Hamacabiya, Tel Aviv, for a full day of  mingling, networking, tea breaks, and some lectures.

More details will be posted soon.