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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARTS

Cartoon network academy draws on Arab talent for second animation course intake

Posted on 10/03/2011

The Cartoon Network Animation Academy, based at twofour54 in Abu Dhabi, is calling on prospective Arab talent to sign up for its new Animation Production course. The one-year, full-time training course, which will commence on May 15th at the Cartoon Network Animation Academy's at twofour54 tadreeb, is now open for entry to anyone with a passion for animation and who is interested in receiving practical training from the first academy of its kind anywhere in the world. The Cartoon Network ...  >>MORE

ArtBus acquires Emirati flavour

Posted on 07/03/2011

This year's ArtBus will be adorned with works by Emirati artists to mark Art Dubai and the Sharjah Biennial 10: Plot for a Biennial. Complementing the high-profile art events, the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) is supporting the ArtBus, which makes its return for the fifth consecutive year. This year, the ArtBus will not only transport art lovers to venues in Al Quoz, DIFC and Al Bastakiya but also to Sharjah. The most compelling feature of the ArtBus this year will be its ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture to host artists-in-residence

Posted on 15/02/2011

The Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) has joined hands with The Delfina Foundation, Tashkeel and Art Dubai, with the support of the British Council, to host an artists-in-residence programme at Al Bastakiya. The temporarily renovated 10-room plus courtyard building will be transformed into a live-and-work space for two international artists as part of The Delfina Foundation's international artists residency programme in collaboration with Tashkeel. Iranian-Canadian artist Abbas ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation signs momentous cooperation agreement with World Renowned Carnegie Hall

Posted on 13/01/2011

In a momentous act the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (ADMAF) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Carnegie Hall - a non-profit organisation that presents extraordinary music and musicians to the widest possible audience - signifying a new era of cooperation and collaboration between both organisations. The agreement articulates areas of mutual interest, development of common programs to meet unified goals and potential alliances that Carnegie Hall will actively explore ...  >>MORE

Sultan visits Art exhibitions

Posted on 30/12/2010

His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah has inspected the 2nd edition of the Sharjah Children International Biennial at the Sharjah Museum. Sheikh Sultan toured the venue of the exhibition which is organized by the Supreme Council for Family Affairs. 4762 works by children from 42 countries are on display at the exhibition. Participating works from Arab countries totalled 1479. Disabled children are participating with 225 works. ...  >>MORE

Modern art is a key cultural resource: Al Noman

Posted on 30/12/2010

Mohamed A. Al Noman, Director General of the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Authority (SCTDA), highlighted the importance of Islamic and heritage arts to the emirate of Sharjah and art's role in reflecting the emirate's identity based on various promotional vitals, among which various exhibitions reflecting Sharjah's honourable past. Al Noman opened yesterday the 29th Photo Gallery - organized by the Emirate's Fine Arts Society at its headquarters in the Arts Area in Sharjah - in which 15 ...  >>MORE

Sultan opens venue of Arab Photographers Union

Posted on 23/12/2010

H. H. Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, commended yesterday the vital role the Arab Photographers' Union plays sharpening skills and talent of Arab youths in order to produce gifted generations to enrich this genre of art. Sheikh Sultan made his remarks following opening the venue of the executive office of the Union in Sharjah. 'There will be a permanent premises at Sharjah Arts District which will house an art and photography academy and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Art proves a popular exhibition

Posted on 08/11/2010

The Abu Dhabi Art fair this year proved a huge success with thousands of people attending.The second annual four-day event, held at the Emirates Palace Hotel, not only showcased art from local, regional and international galleries, but held a number of discussions and workshops. Organised by the Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) and the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture (Adach), it was held under the patronage of General Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu ...  >>MORE

Etihad launches Art Connect

Posted on 07/11/2010

Etihad Airways is set to launch a new club membership linked to its loyalty program Etihad Guest to cater for the specific interests of art enthusiasts who fly with the Abu Dhabi-based airline, offering opportunities to enjoy masterpieces in the skies and on the ground. The announcement for the new art club, which will go live from December, was made at the Abu Dhabi Art event being held at the Emirates Palace Hotel. The innovative club concept, named Art Connect, sees Etihad partner with ...  >>MORE

Nahyan opens ''Faces of Leadership'' exhibition

Posted on 20/10/2010

Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, inaugurated Monday evening the Portraits exhibition for the UAE Leaders "Faces of Leadership" by Portrait Artist Masood Parvez organised by Anasy Media Production in association with the Ministry of Culture, Youth '&' Community Development are and sponsored by Union National Bank. This exhibition is intended to celebrate the safe return of H. H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE President, and the ...  >>MORE

TDIC premiers RSTW contemporary art exhibition in Manarat Al Saadiyat

Posted on 22/09/2010

Under the patronage of General H.H Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Chamberlain of the Court of Crown Prince H.H Sheikh Hamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan opened yesterday an exhibition of contemporary art in Manarat Al Saadiyat in Abu Dhabi. Organised by the Tourism Development '&' Investment Company (TDIC), the exhibition is a world premiere of masterpieces from the private collection of renowned collector and art ...  >>MORE

Beautiful sculptures that could power thousands of homes

Posted on 28/08/2010

Within four years the emirates could be home to a unique kind of sculpture that supplies power to thousands of homes if a UAE couple's dream project gets off the ground. The project, the Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI), hopes to bring together artists, architects, scientists and engineers to design and build a series of land installations that generate clean energy. The plan is the brainchild of American husband-and-wife duo Robert Ferry, an architect, and Elizabeth Monoian, an artist ...  >>MORE

ADACH supports Emirati photographer in Slovenia

Posted on 23/08/2010

With support from Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, a solo exhibition for Emirati photographer Manal Bin Amro was organised in Ljubljana, Slovenia in the beginning of this month. The exhibition was hosted at Photon Gallery in collaboration with Sturiale Contemporary Arts and lasted for two weeks. Paolo Sturiale, director of Sturiale Contemporary Arts from Italy has started a big exhibition calendar that feature some of the greatest contemporary Emirati artists and the first of ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Nahyan inaugurates Islamic Art exhibition

Posted on 18/08/2010

Sheikh Nahyan Mabarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, inaugurated The Farjam Collection's latest exhibition The Story of Islamic Art in 99 Objects. Present were Humaid Mohamed Al Qutami, Minister of Education, Abdul Rahman Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, and Dr Rashid Ahmad bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water. The Farjam Collection @ DIFC launched a captivating exhibition which tells the story of Islamic art ...  >>MORE

UAE artists unveil mural and creates history in Assilah

Posted on 13/07/2010

Assilah, Morocco - Four UAE artists made history by unveiling their joint mural in Assilah's old town. The mural, painted in only a few hours, is the first work of art painted jointly by Emirati artists. The mural, and those painted over the past ten days throughout Assilah's medina, are part of the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) involvement in the 32nd Assilah Festival, Morocco. The artists involved in the mural painting are Jalal Luqman, Mattar bin Lahej, Azza Al ...  >>MORE

Emirati artists for Morocco festival

Posted on 28/06/2010

Several Emirati artists are taking part in the upcoming session of Asila Cultural Festival in Morocco from July 10 to 25. The artist will hold a number of exhibitions, workshops and specialised lectures that reflect the latest trends of fine arts movements in the UAE. Organisers of the festival have chosen the UAE a guest of honour in recognition for its cultural achievements in the region and the world. Significant cultural activities are scheduled to present The UAE in the festival where ...  >>MORE

Sculptures to adorn Abu Dhabi; creations of 17 world-renowned artists to be installed

Posted on 15/04/2010

The next time you go to Abu Dhabi, don't be surprised to see huge sculptures around the corniche area. The capital recently hosted a six-week long Abu Dhabi International Sculpture Symposium (Adiss) during which 17 world-renowned contemporary artists – including Hassan Sharif, Jon Hudson Barlow, Ehab El Labban, Gheorgi Filin, Hwang Seoung Woo and Jo Kley – transformed huge blocks of marble, granite, steel and stainless steel into distinguished pieces of art in front of an admiring public. ...  >>MORE

Giving back to community helps brighten artist's day

Posted on 10/04/2010

Two decades on, Emirati artist Jalal Luqman is still going strong. Not only has he successfully showcased his work internationally, but is also the co-founder of the Ghaf Gallery and has given back to the community in the form of his art workshops and trips for fledgling artists of all nationalities, ages and background. "I began the Jalal Art Trip in 2008 as my way of giving back to the UAE's art community … I was always complaining that no one was supporting me, but one day when I came back ...  >>MORE

Art Dubai: Blending creativity and interaction

Posted on 21/03/2010

Art Dubai, regarded as the biggest annual art gathering in the world, came to a close Saturday. The exhibition's halls were full of crowds of different nationalities and ages keen to view the range of art on display this year. Shaikha Manal Bint Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Wife of Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs; visited Art Dubai on Ladies Day, accompanied by her daughter Shaikha Fatima and son Sheikh Mohammad Bin Mansour and ...  >>MORE

Outdoor spaces become home to art

Posted on 18/03/2010

Art in Dubai has a new gallery. It is a gallery without padlocks, barriers, or opening and closing hours. And in this gallery, nothing comes between you — the viewer — and art. The city's newest art gallery is the city itself. Dubai's outdoor spaces have been transformed into huge canvases in a new initiative, aptly titled Outdoor Art Project, by the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture). Coinciding with the ongoing Art Dubai, the leading art exhibition in the region, and the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates Art Dubai 2010

Posted on 17/03/2010

Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has officially inaugurated Art Dubai, the most extensive contemporary art event to be held in the Middle East. Viewing the various works put on display, Sheikh Mohammed expressed satisfaction at the participation of elite artists at the event hosted by the UAE stressing that it is a manifestation of cultural and human rapprochement which the UAE top leadership is keenly interested ...  >>MORE

Sir Bani Yas Island inspires local artists

Posted on 25/02/2010

Desert Islands have taken a step ahead - beyond its mission for wildlife and nature conservation - to embrace and foster budding Emirati artists. The nature-rich archipelago's developer, Tourism Development '&' Investment Company (TDIC), has joined forces with Emirati artist Jalal Luqman to sponsor his incredible initiative Jalal's Art Trip, which supports the next generation of Emirati artists to grow from amateur to proficient artists. In line with the Abu Dhabi's mandate of becoming an ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi all set for sculpture event

Posted on 22/02/2010

Renowned international and regional sculptors will participate in the Abu Dhabi International Sculpture Symposium (Adiss) starting here on Thursday. The six-week event till April 7 will also see a renowned artist from the UAE taking part in the event at the Armed Forces Officers Club. Seventeen international and regional artists will participate in the event, to be held under the patronage of General Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander ...  >>MORE

Guggenheim museum buys UAE artist's work

Posted on 18/02/2010

A work by artist-photographer Tarek Al Ghoussein, Associate Professor of Design at the American University of Sharjah, has been bought by New York's Guggenheim museum for its permanent collection. The piece, Untitled 5, is part of the D Series of 2008. Al Ghoussein studied art in New York in the early 1980s and his work has since been exhibited around the world. "Obviously it's a great honour and very exciting for me to be included in the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum in New York," said Al ...  >>MORE

Zayed University unveils students' art

Posted on 10/01/2010

Zayed University in Dubai has recently revealed the creativity of its students through organising an art event named ‘Shifting Sands of Creativity'. The ceremony was inaugurated by Abdul Rahman Al Owais, Minister of Culture. The event was an artistic gathering of professional Emirati artists such as Mattar Bin Lahej and Dr Hamad Al Falasi and introduced over 50 senior students' artworks. The work combined video, photography, painting, installation and sculpture. Maitha Bin Lahej Al ...  >>MORE

Dubai a key platform for Middle East art

Posted on 07/01/2010

The city is perceived as a key platform for the art market in the Middle East, according to a recent survey. A total of 75 per cent of galleries surveyed agreed with the statement, and consider the Middle Eastern market as playing a significant role for the contemporary art industry. The survey was conducted for arts fair Art Dubai 2010. More than 60 galleries will be exhibiting this year, with more than half from outside the region. John Martin, director and co-founder of Art Dubai, ...  >>MORE

Sultan Bin Tahnoun opens Saadiyat Art Cars Expo

Posted on 26/10/2009

Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) and Tourism Development '&' Investment Company (TDIC), inaugurated yesterday the Art Cars exhibition held in the grounds of Manarat Al Saadiyat, the new 15,400 square metre dedicated artistic venue on Saadiyat Island - the cultural and tourism destination lying 500 metres offshore the UAE capital. Running until 30th November, Art Cars is open daily from 10am until 8pm and features an intriguing mix of ...  >>MORE

Funerals of Mona Lisa, a series of monumental printings to be presented by Abu Dhabi Art

Posted on 23/10/2009

In partnership with the Louvre museum, Abu Dhabi Art will present The Funerals of Mona Lisa, a series of monumental paintings by renowned Chinese artist Yan Pei-Ming. This installation will be one part of the rich platform of cultural events created specifically for the inaugural edition of Abu Dhabi Art, an innovative platform for modern and contemporary art taking place at Emirates Palace from 19 to 22 November, 2009. Conveying the artist's singular perspective on the most famous painting in ...  >>MORE

New talented photographers awarded at UAE IMAGE 2009

Posted on 22/10/2009

Three talented photographers were awarded at the annual Photography competition UAE IMAGES 2009 organized under the patronage of Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH). UAE national Ahlam Mohammed Al Ahmed received the first prize (10,000 UAD) while the Philippine national Justine Armil So came in the second place and received a SIGMA SD 14 KIT sponsored by M K Trading. The third prize winner from Oman Ahmed Al-Shukaili received an entry to photography workshop run by Gulf Photo ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to host exhibition of masterpieces from Guggenheim Museum's permanent collection

Posted on 30/09/2009

More than fifty masterful paintings from the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, representing the work of over forty of the most important artists of the twentieth century, will be on view in Abu Dhabi from 17 November 2009 through 4 February 2010 in the exhibition The Guggenheim: The Making of a Museum. The exhibition is presented under the patronage of His Highness General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of ...  >>MORE

Arabic calligraphy exhibition in Dubai

Posted on 24/09/2009

An exhibition of calligraphy and arts by young artists from the UAE and the Middle East is currently on at the Grand Atrium in Dubai Mall till October 3rd. The exhibition titled Letters has been sponsored by Montblanc is being held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority. Speaking on behalf of the sponsors Montblanc, Regional Brand Director, Joe Nahhas said: "The very foundations of civilization and culture ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi reveals plans for the inaugural edition of Abu Dhabi Art

Posted on 08/09/2009

Tourism Development '&' Investment Company (TDIC) and Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture '&' Heritage (ADACH), revealed details of Abu Dhabi Art, an innovative new platform for modern and contemporary art. Bringing together an exclusive selection of high-level art galleries from the four corners of the world within an ancient and modern crossroads of culture and trade, Abu Dhabi Art will be a new-model curated art fair, which will reflect the dramatically changing geography of today's art world. ...  >>MORE

Sultan opens Islamic art festival

Posted on 04/09/2009

H. H. Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council member and Ruler of Sharjah, opened last night the 12th Islamic Art Festival at Sharjah Art Museum. The cultural event, which is being organised by Sharjah Department of Culture and Information under the theme 'Space of Mosaic', will last until September 30. Sheikh Sultan toured exhibitions staged by Moroccan painters who presented him with an old manuscript in recognition of his remarkable contributions to culture and art. He ...  >>MORE

Mussaffah industrial zone to get 'Art Hub'

Posted on 23/08/2009

A creative arts centre in the Mussaffah industrial zone is expected to ease the capital's shortage of cheap studio space for emerging artists. Groundwork has already begun on the 650-square-metre warehouse dubbed the Art Hub, which is due to open next year and is the brainchild of Tini Meyer. An artist of German and Spanish descent who paints and experiments with conceptual art, Ms Meyer, 26, said the site would accommodate dozens of musicians, calligraphers, sculptors, jewellers, painters, ...  >>MORE

TDIC offers art workshops

Posted on 22/07/2009

The Cultural Department of TDIC is inviting the public to join in the creative excitement of art-making this August by participating in its new educational workshops and studio art course. The small-group sessions will be held in the education room of ‘Gallery One' in Emirates Palace and will be taught by expert instructors in both Arabic and English. For adults over the age of 16, Emirati Expressions artist Mohamed Al Astad will teach a six-session course in the basic elements of drawing and ...  >>MORE

Islamic artwork to feature in exhibition

Posted on 19/07/2009

About 150 Islamic works of art are to arrive in Abu Dhabi from Turkey to be displayed in a special exhibition titled Islam: Faith and Worship starting on Wednesday. The exhibition, organised by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), in collaboration with the Turkish Ministry of Tourism and Culture will run until October at Emirates Palace. Some of the chosen artwork will be on display for the first time, compiled from seven museums and national libraries in Turkey, ...  >>MORE

Traditional arts centre to come up in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 19/07/2009

A centre for promotion of traditional arts in Abu Dhabi has been planned and a feasibility study will be carried out jointly by the Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) and Britain's The Prince's School of Traditional Arts (PSTA). "As reflected through the vision of the President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and the direction of General Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Abu Dhabi ...  >>MORE

Emaar launches Al Sidra at Downtown Burj Dubai

Posted on 28/06/2009

Al Sidra, a free-shaped bronze sculpture by Kuwaiti sculptor Sami Mohamed Al Saleh, is Emaar Properties' latest art collection at Downtown Burj Dubai, which is fast-becoming a destination for art enthusiasts. The sculpture, located on Emaar Boulevard, next to Al Manzil Hotel, was unveiled by Emaar Properties Chairman Mohamed Alabbar. Al Sidra derives its inspiration from the Sidra tree, which is characteristic to the region and is particularly recognised for its endurance and resistance ...  >>MORE

Capture Abu Dhabi through your lens

Posted on 18/06/2009

The Abu Dhabi ‘Through Your Eyes' photography competition organised by The Office of the Brand of Abu Dhabi is back for the second consecutive year. Amateur and professional photographers of any nationality can participate. Last date for entries is October 31, 2009. The top five prizes will get Dh30,000, Dh25,000, Dh20,000, Dh15,000 and Dh12,000. There are no specific categories, nor restrictions on how to interpret the theme of the competition — Abu Dhabi Through Your Eyes. According to ...  >>MORE

ADTA chairman hails Takatuf volunteers at Venice Biennale

Posted on 08/06/2009

Venice - Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) praised the young national volunteers, many of whom members of the Emirates Foundation's Takatuf Volunteer Programme, for their active contribution. Touring the UAE National Pavilion at the Venice Biennale Art Fair, Sheikh Sultan stressed that participation at the fair triggers interaction among artist and volunteers and opens the door for engaging in the global cultural movement to further add to ...  >>MORE

UAE showcases artworks at 53rd Venice arts Biennale event

Posted on 07/06/2009

Venice - The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (Adach) officially launched its platform for visual arts at the 53rd Venice arts Biennale. Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, the Adach chairman, inaugurated the event on Thursday. The platform was created by French artist and historian Catherine David. It is a meeting point for discourse and artistic production and will also serve as yardstick for emerging contemporary visual art in the UAE. Sheikh Sultan also launched the UAE's ...  >>MORE

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Cartoon network academy draws on Arab talent for second animation course intake


ArtBus acquires Emirati flavour


Dubai Culture to host artists-in-residence


Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation signs momentous cooperation agreement with World Renowned Carnegie Hall


Sultan visits Art exhibitions


Modern art is a key cultural resource: Al Noman


Sultan opens venue of Arab Photographers Union


Abu Dhabi Art proves a popular exhibition


Etihad launches Art Connect


Nahyan opens ''Faces of Leadership'' exhibition


TDIC premiers RSTW contemporary art exhibition in Manarat Al Saadiyat


Beautiful sculptures that could power thousands of homes


ADACH supports Emirati photographer in Slovenia


Sheikh Nahyan inaugurates Islamic Art exhibition


UAE artists unveil mural and creates history in Assilah


Emirati artists for Morocco festival


Sculptures to adorn Abu Dhabi; creations of 17 world-renowned artists to be installed


Giving back to community helps brighten artist's day


Art Dubai: Blending creativity and interaction


Outdoor spaces become home to art


Mohammed bin Rashid inaugurates Art Dubai 2010


Sir Bani Yas Island inspires local artists


Abu Dhabi all set for sculpture event


Guggenheim museum buys UAE artist's work


Zayed University unveils students' art


Dubai a key platform for Middle East art


Sultan Bin Tahnoun opens Saadiyat Art Cars Expo


Funerals of Mona Lisa, a series of monumental printings to be presented by Abu Dhabi Art


New talented photographers awarded at UAE IMAGE 2009


Abu Dhabi to host exhibition of masterpieces from Guggenheim Museum's permanent collection


Arabic calligraphy exhibition in Dubai


Abu Dhabi reveals plans for the inaugural edition of Abu Dhabi Art


Sultan opens Islamic art festival


Mussaffah industrial zone to get 'Art Hub'


TDIC offers art workshops


Islamic artwork to feature in exhibition


Traditional arts centre to come up in Abu Dhabi


Emaar launches Al Sidra at Downtown Burj Dubai


Capture Abu Dhabi through your lens


ADTA chairman hails Takatuf volunteers at Venice Biennale


UAE showcases artworks at 53rd Venice arts Biennale event