Born in Israel, studied Archaeology and History of Art at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and Ceramics at Tel Hai College, Upper Galilee, Shulamit currently lives and works in Givatayim near Tel Aviv and teaches Ceramics at the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art. She runs a studio, participates in local and international Ceramic exhibitions, and is a member of a ceramic co-operatives that run "8 in Jaffa", a gallery for contemporary ceramic art, located in Tel Aviv. Her work is also part of permanent and private collections.
Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv
Shanghai Art and Craft Museum, China.
Gangjin,Celadon Museum, Korea
Mungyeong Tea Bowl Museum, Korea
Shenhou Ceramics Museum, Henan, China
The Israeli parliament, Jerusalem
Guest editor of the potters magazine "1280º" issue 8.
Ceramics Review, issue 258, November 2012.
1970-1973: BA. Archeology and History of Art. Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
1979-1982: Ceramics Dsign. Tel- Hai College, Upper Galilee.
1982-1990: Teaching pottery and technology of ceramics. Tel-Hai College.
From 1990: Teaching pottery at the Tel-Aviv Museum of Modern Art.