The 5th China Shanghai international modern pot art biennale.
Gallery Yuragi, Kyoto, Japan.
Ceramic design collection, The Israeli parliament, Jerusalem.
Qwest- The Photography Museum, Tel-Hai, Israel.
Qwest-Ceramic and Photography, Benyamini Ceramic Center, Tel-Aviv.
Jun Royal Kiln Site Museum,Yuzhou, China.
Cluj international ceramics biennale, Cluj-Napuca Museum of art, Romania.
Mungyeong Traditional Tea Bowl Festival, Korea.
Tokoname, Japan, Cepica gallery.
Imprinting on clay, The 7th biennale of Israeli ceramics, Eretz Israel museum, Tel-Aviv.
A different view Beit Aharon Kahana, Ramat- Gan, Israel.
Gold Coast international ceramic art award, Australia
Tea For Two, benyamini contemporary ceramic center, Tel Aviv, Israel
Ceramica Multiplex 2012, Varazdin, Croatia. Kafenberg, Austria
Present your best. Maribor, Slovnija
Mungyeong Traditional Tea Bowl Festival, Korea
Gangjin-Tel Aviv: Travel Notes, Artspace, Jaffa, Israel
The Sixth Biennale for Israeli Ceramics. Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv
NCECA Florida: Frozen in Fire - Crystalline Waves
30th edition of the international ceramics competition of L’Alcora, Spain
International ceramics artist exhibit, Gangjin, Korea
Contemporary vases, Beit Haomanim, Tel Aviv
29th edition of the international ceramics competition of L’Alcora, Spain
Ceramics on the agenda, The Corin Maman Ashdod Museum
The first international modern pot art biennial exhibitionShanghai Art and Craft Museum, China.
Vessle- Fruit: The Israeli Ceramic symposium, Tel Hai gallery,The design gallery, Campus Hankin, Holon
Encre, Terre et Matier'es Musee des Arts Anciens du Namurois, Belgium
Traditional Palestinian Pottery in Hebron-Homage Exhibition Jo Alon Center - Museum of Bedouin Culture : Museum Ein-Harod
Tea pots- Tel hai gallery: The design Gallery, Campos Hankin, Holon
Ceramics design competition, Windows to ceramic art, Tel aviv
“An intended randezvous”-contemporary ceramics. Museum of Uri and Rami Nechushtan, Ashdot Ya’akov. Vilfrid museum, kibbutz Hazorea : Ashdod museum
The Israeli Biennale for ceramics. Eretz Israel museum, Tel-Aviv