Nestled in the low hills overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the artists village of Ein Hod sits just fifteen minutes down the old coastal highway from Haifa, Israel’s third largest city. But in Ein Hod’s idyllic serenity artists can focus on the creative process, aware that they live amongst leaders in their chose field. Indeed, ten Ein Hod residents have won the Israel Prize in painting, dance, literature and acting. Today the village has 22 galleries, 14 art workshops, and 2 museums. In addition their are eateries in the town square. Just up the hill from Ein Hod we can find the Arab town of Ein Hawd whose residents originally lived in Ein Hod but were displace during Israel’s War of Independence. It took many years but about ten years ago Ein Hawd was finally attached to the Israeli electrical grid.