Israeli-born artist Hagit Cohen Hagit works primarily with digital images, constructing visual scenes with photographic images and objects of ritual.
Hagit holds a BFA in Photography and Art History from Israel, and an MFA in Imaging Arts from the Rochester Institute of Technology, where she also taught fine art photography for several years. Upon completion of studies at Rochester, she developed her career in interactive multimedia as an illustrator, art director and producer.
Hagit has exhibited her artwork extensively in the Bay Area. Her recent shows at the Brower Center in Berkeley, and the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka, addressed issues of ecology and spirituality. In 2021 she was awarded a year fellowship with LABA Bay, a contemporary Jewish cultural laboratory, aiming to inspire the creation of art, dialogue, and study. Hagit lives in Berkeley, CA.