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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARTS

Photographer Farah Al Qasimi presents her perspective on Dubai through a series of pictures

Posted on 07/10/2014

In the smaller project space upstairs at The Third Line Gallery this month is a new show by Farah Al Qasimi, an Emirati photographer. Farah Al Qasimi's The World Is Sinking is a series of idiosyncratic images capturing the trivial and often overlooked details of locations around Dubai, to offer a different perspective of the city. They include a dirty sink at the back of a butcher's shop with a garishly colourful wall confusing the image; a dropped water pistol on a sandy floor with only a ...  >>MORE

General Civil Aviation Authority launches "U.A.E. Aviation Art" competition

Posted on 03/10/2014

The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has launched its inaugural art competition, "U.A.E. Aviation Art" as part of the Love Your Sky initiative, aimed at raising awareness with the flight and passenger safety all over the U.A.E. The competition will search for the best aviation-inspired photography from across the country. Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, General Manager of GCAA, said, "The GCAA has embarked on its next stages of digital growth, in line with Dubai's Vision 2021 and its ...  >>MORE

Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum sponsors Downtown Design 2014

Posted on 03/10/2014

H.H. Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), has announced her patronage of Downtown Design 2014, an international design trade fair, which will be held at the Burj Khalifa, from October 28th-31st. Sheikha Latifa's patronage of the three-day exhibit, which is organised by Art Dubai Group, is a testament of Downtown Design's emerging role as a catalyst in the U.A.E.'s design scene, and in ...  >>MORE

MBRF starts ’Writer Exchange’ between U.A.E. and Japan

Posted on 02/10/2014

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation (MBRF) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan Arts and Culture Foundation to activate the first partnership under the Writer Exchange category of MBRF's Dubai International Program for Writing. The program is aimed at empowering young authors and providing them a suitable environment to develop their talent. The agreement was signed in the Japanese capital Tokyo in the presence of Ali Saeed Al Nowais, U.A.E. Ambassador to Japan, ...  >>MORE

2015 Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award opens submissions

Posted on 18/09/2014

New York University Abu Dhabi Institute has announced the opening of submissions for the Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award 2015, which is held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikha Shamsa bint Hamdan Al Nahyan, in partnership with Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (ADMAF). Now in its third year and driven towards fostering local talents' artistic excellence, the Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award 2015 is open to U.A.E. residents and full-time students who are currently in higher education ...  >>MORE

How the Sheikha Salama Foundation is nurturing the next generation of art professionals

Posted on 04/09/2014

As part of a national drive towards boosting arts and cultural programmes, the Sheikha Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation put nine university students through an intense programme of visits, workshops and internships in the U.A.E. this summer, which concluded with an educational trip to Copenhagen. After completing the Explorations in the Arts programme, the participants are now set up to take their place as part of a future generation of innovators and creative thinkers, says Salvatore ...  >>MORE

Barjeel Art Foundation announces launch of Sharjah Time-lapse video

Posted on 01/09/2014

Barjeel Art Foundation has announced the launch of its video, "Sharjah Time-lapse 2014". It will be launched on the Barjeel official website on the 8th September, followed by other social media networks. Shot in a number of locations, the video highlights both new and old scenes in the city of Sharjah, including the Al Majaz Waterfront, the historic Central Souq, the busy streets of Rola, and many other memorable areas of the city. This is the first commissioned time-lapse photography project ...  >>MORE

Emiratis shine at photography competition of Liwa Date Festival

Posted on 28/08/2014

The Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee - Abu Dhabi have announced the results of the photography competition that was organised via Instagram in conjunction with the recent Liwa Date Festival. Hoping to strengthen the bonds between generations and safeguard the heritage of ancestors, the photography competition seeks to generate a creative image of Liwa, its natural beauty and the connection that exists between man and the city. The competition also contributed to the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial 12: A date for your diary

Posted on 27/08/2014

The next edition of the Sharjah Biennial (SB12) will open on March 5 next year. Under the title The past, the present, the possible, the concept for the event began with a private conversation between artist Danh Vo and curator Eungie Joo in early 2013. Together they discussed the relevance of contemporary art and the potential of artistic positions to imagine something beyond current states of social and political confinement — and the need for artists to play active roles in imagining the ...  >>MORE

10th Islamic Economic Forum brings 7th edition of Marketplace of Creative Arts to Dubai

Posted on 24/08/2014

The power of creative industries to enable economic empowerment and social enterprise will be highlighted by Dubai as it hosts the seventh edition of Marketplace of Creative Arts (MOCAfest), the arts and culture festival of the World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF), from October 28 to 30, 2014, at the Madinat Jumeirah. As a prelude to the event, MOCAfellows, its arts residency programme for 15 selected emerging talents, will also be held from October 25 to 27. In partnership with Dubai Culture ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. contest brings art into the open

Posted on 20/08/2014

Artists have the chance to put their sculptures on permanent display at a mall in the city. The Public Art Commission competition, launched by the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, is open to Emiratis and expatriate sculptors. The winning entries will eventually be on show in and around the Al Ghurair Centre in Deira. They should be based around the theme Some Things Change, Some Things Stay the Same. The Al Ghurair Centre will cover costs of the materials, consultation and installation. ...  >>MORE

Creative works of Emirati photographers at Maraya Art Centre

Posted on 18/08/2014

Maraya Art Centre, the innovative contemporary visual arts hub in Sharjah and an initiative by Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), welcomed MOBIPIXUAE's fundraising roadshow exhibition at its premises. The charity photography exhibition featured 36 works of twelve members of MOBIPIXUAE, from the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, South Africa, Nepal, Philippines and India grouped to participate with their photographs to be sold at Dh250 during the exhibition with ...  >>MORE

Submissions now open for Abu Dhabi Art’s 2014 Wings Design Project

Posted on 18/08/2014

Abu Dhabi Art continues to set the stage for a global event of art, design and culture through a diverse programme of regional and international work, talks, performances and local talent. The Abu Dhabi Art Wings Project, a significant part of the Design Programme, has successfully created a platform for Emirati artists and designers to showcase their talent to an international audience. In its fifth year now, the Wings Project provides an opportunity for 6 winners to have their designs ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre to host MOBIPIXUAE charity roadshow exhibition

Posted on 11/08/2014

Maraya Art Centre, the innovative contemporary visual arts hub in Sharjah and an initiative by Sharjah Investment and development Authority (Shurooq), is set to be the scene of a truly remarkable display of photographic work this August as it welcomes MOBIPIXUAE's fundraising roadshow. Taking place from the 13th to the 31st of August, this charity photography exhibition will feature the works of eight members of MOBIPIXUAE, a U.A.E. based movement dedicated to promoting creative mobile ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Art to showcase diverse programmes

Posted on 06/08/2014

The sixth edition of Abu Dhabi Art, Abu Dhabi's platform for modern and contemporary art, design and cultural programmes, is to present a selection of innovative and renowned galleries from around the world along with an interactive public programme that celebrates the cultural diversity of the U.A.E. and the region. The world's leading modern and contemporary art galleries will be back in Abu Dhabi from November 5th-8th to be part of an evolving platform of diverse programmes that introduces ...  >>MORE

Timeless words in stainless steel creation by Emirati artist Mattar bin Lahej

Posted on 23/07/2014

The curving pieces of steel that form the Emirati artist Mattar bin Lahej's sculptures are crafted in such a way that the cold, hard material seems fluid. His most recent work, Encyclopaedia, is set up in the Waterfall Atrium at The Dubai Mall. Made up of a series of circular pieces joined by deep curves, it is engraved with arabesque patterns and excerpts from the Quran or from works that explicate the verses. At 15 metres long and almost three metres at its highest point, the sheer size and ...  >>MORE

Emirati artist Zeinab Alhashemi combines her experience in graphic design with her love for art

Posted on 23/07/2014

It was with a certain reluctance that Zeinab Alhashemi accepted the title of artist. The 27-year-old studied graphic design at Zayed University in Dubai and when she graduated, started working for a bank. But after a serious car accident from which she took a year to recover, she began to make pieces of art and earned herself the title of an emerging artist. "The title stuck but I didn't agree with it,” she says. "I thought, OK, you can call me an artist but I am not, I am a graphic ...  >>MORE

Reem Falaknaz documents mountain life in the U.A.E. for the Arab Documentary Photography Program

Posted on 19/07/2014

The three men sit facing the camera in their basic dwelling. On the exposed brick wall behind them hang their simple belongings, which include a lantern and a washing pot. On the floor is a large dish and a flask, from which they share their meals. They are part of a dwindling population of people who live and work in the Hajjar Mountains in Ras Al Khaimah. The mountains, which interest geologists as they are made from igneous rock from the oceanic crust, have also captured the attention of ...  >>MORE

#Sharjah1000 features insightful photographs of the emirate

Posted on 19/07/2014

A bicycle leans against a wall down a littered alleyway. Men smoke shisha at a makeshift street-side cafe. Circus performers grin at the camera. A farmer coaxes his cow to feed. A solitary pair of shoes sits at the edge of the lapping ocean. Viewing these images is like the daily scroll most of us make through a social media feed – and that is exactly the point. These are just a few photographs in the #Sharjah1000 exhibition currently showing at Sharjah Art ­Foundation. Conceived and ...  >>MORE

Crochet corals to come to Abu Dhabi

Posted on 19/07/2014

It's been shown at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg and The Hayward in London. Now the Crochet Coral Reef Travelling Exhibition will soon be on its way to the New York University Abu Dhabi. "It's been in Australia and Europe and North America, so this will be the first time it will be in the region,” said Jason Beckerman, assistant vice provost at the university. The exhibit has been curated by twins Margaret and Christine Wertheim, founders of the ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre sheds light on Abaya design in ‘My Abaya II’

Posted on 17/06/2014

Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah s innovative contemporary visual arts hub and an initiative by the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), will be hosting the second edition of My Abaya, an inspirational programme designed to mentor aspiring Abaya designers and arabesque fashion designers. Taking place from the 22nd to the 25th of June, this year the programme has been expanded to include a series of short and interactive workshops with reputable U.A.E.-based luxury Abaya designers ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi organises Artscape

Posted on 17/06/2014

Bringing A History of the World in 100 Objects to life, the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture is organising Artscape, a celebratory evening of art and music that will take visitors back in time and across the globe, allowing them to engage with compelling objects that have defined the path of human history. Running as part of the exhibition programme for A History of the World in 100 Objects, the event will take place on 18th June in Manarat Al Saadiyat from 18.00 - 21.00. Inspired by the artworks ...  >>MORE

Sharjah designer wins Young Creative Entrepreneur Culture award

Posted on 17/06/2014

An Emirati designer has been rewarded by the British Council for his work in graphic design. Salem Al Qassimi, 29, founder of Fikra Design Studio in Sharjah, was awarded the 2014 Young Creative Entrepreneur (YCE) Culture Award. Mr Al Qassimi's studio specialises in bilingual design that incorporates Emirati culture and heritage. "The philosophy of the company is to work within the intersections of heritage here in the U.A.E.,” he said. "But we take it a step further in that we investigate ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Award for Arab Photo launches its fourth edition

Posted on 12/06/2014

CAIRO: The Sharjah Award for Arab Photo last night launched its fourth edition during a ceremony at Sennari House in Cairo. The ceremony was attended by Ayman Lotfy, Middle East Regional Director of the Photographic Society of America, and a large number of photographers and media representatives. During the launch ceremony, the participants expressed thanks and gratitude to H.H Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, in recognition of his ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. has first National Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale

Posted on 09/06/2014

Stepping off a water taxi into the heart of Venice for the first time is an unforgettable experience. The narrow alleys, the romantic bridges over busy canals, the gondolas and grand villas teetering over the water all speak of centuries-old history. Given, however, that it would be possible to fit its tallest building – the famous bell tower in St Mark's Square – in Burj Al Arab's atrium alone, this at first seems a strange location for a celebration of the U.A.E.'s architectural history. ...  >>MORE

National Geographic Abu Dhabi is on the hunt for the region’s best photographer

Posted on 05/06/2014

The latest reality show from National Geographic Abu Dhabi, I Am Nat Geo Photographer, sees eight aspiring photographers from across the region compete in a series of challenges all over the U.A.E.. Their goal is to find that perfect photo until, in time-honoured reality-TV fashion, only one remains to be crowned the winner and see their work in the pages of the ¬magazine. The panel of judges includes Jack Dabaghian, a professional photo-journalist, Matthew Dols, an assistant professor of new ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. cityscape in the spotlight at Venice Architecture Biennale

Posted on 03/06/2014

On Saturday, the U.A.E. will officially mark its graduation into a whole new cultural level, when its new permanent pavilion opens to the public in Venice for the first time Acquired last year through a 20-year hospitality agreement with La Biennale di Venezia, the U.A.E. became the first Gulf country to have a pavilion for the art and architecture biennales that run on alternate years in Italy's picturesque city. Having renovated the space, which inhabits part of the Arsenale, a shipyard ...  >>MORE

Sheikha Manal Art Exchange programme establishes culture of dialogue in Hong Kong

Posted on 03/06/2014

Last week, a delegation of young Emirati women artists participating in the Sheikha Manal Art Exchange Programme returned to Dubai following a successful visit to Hong Kong as part of an enriching art initiative, centred on the acclaimed Art Basel Fair. 10 students pursuing careers in art, design and architecture from universities across the Emirates made the trip organised by Mona bin Kalli, Director of the Cultural Office and Khalid Shafar, respected U.A.E. artist, as well as members from ...  >>MORE

Explorations in the Arts initiative introduced by Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation

Posted on 02/06/2014

In its effort to support the U.A.E. community and introduce it to the dynamic art scene, the Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation this month launches its Explorations in the Arts initiative, which runs through to August 2014, for university students in the U.A.E.. The programme's curriculum takes student candidates through three different phases. The first component of the programme is introducing students to the U.A.E. art scene. Students get the chance to visit and meet with different art ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre to host its first ever collective design exhibition ‘Islamopolitan'

Posted on 26/05/2014

Maraya Art Centre announces the opening of Islamopolitan, a collective design exhibition, which will run from 4 June-23 August. The event will examine the ongoing creative dialogue between Islam and design. Founder of design firm Khalid Shafar, Curators Khalid Shafar and Maraya Art Centre Manager, Giuseppe Moscatello put out an open call for submissions and selected inventive works by emerging and established local, regional, and international designers with practices that engage with Islam ...  >>MORE

Calligraphy art sales in Abu Dhabi to benefit Bosnians affected by floods

Posted on 25/05/2014

An exhibition of calligraphy paintings by Bosnian artist Mirsad Smajovic is on show in the capital this week, with some of the proceeds to be sent to flood-stricken Bosnia, reported a local newspaper. The exhibition at The Galleria, on Al Maryah Island, is being run in conjunction with the Bosnian embassy, which will prioritise the charities that most urgently require the aid. Thirty per cent of the funds raised will be donated to approved charities, said The National. "After this ...  >>MORE

US is given artists’ impressions of UAE life with travelling exhibition

Posted on 24/05/2014

Washington, D.C. // A major exhibition by Emirati artists has opened in Washington DC, the first leg of an 18-month tour of the US. More than 50 works by 25 Emirati artists, selected to be accessible to American viewers, will also visit Texas, California and other places. "This art is intended to break down boundaries and help Americans understand the UAE and its people, and show what is important to them, through art,” said Noor Al Suwaidi, an Abu Dhabi artist and co-curator of the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation celebrates 10th festival

Posted on 19/05/2014

There may have been a cake for the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation's celebration of its 10thAbu Dhabi Festival this year but what really took the cake was the self-gift that will endure and is out there for everyone to see: Two sculptures by two renowned UAE sculptors, Jalal Luqman and Mattar bin Lahej. Commissioned by the foundation itself, the two sculptures will be on display on the beachfront of one of Abu Dhabi's latest shopping attractions, the Galleria on Al Maryah Island, till ...  >>MORE

Art Hub Liwa lets gifted international artists live and work on the cusp of the Empty Quarter

Posted on 15/05/2014

Underneath the wooden sign that signifies your arrival at Liwa's newest artistic enterprise, brave steel figures either march up an 80-metre golden sand dune or form a line across its base. One intrepid silver shape seems to have escaped and appears to be sand skiing down the side. These playful artworks are just a few of the original pieces created on-site by 12 artists who have been living and working here for the past month. Welcome to the Western Region's first art centre, Art Hub Liwa, ...  >>MORE

Artist honours Sheikh Zayed through large sand portrait

Posted on 13/05/2014

The strong wind might have blown away his chance to paint Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan's huge sand portrait from the air, but Sylvain Tremblay's strong resolve coupled with ‘extra helping hands' from colleagues made the project possible. The Canadian artist "painted” what is believed to be Sheikh Zayed's largest sand portrait early Monday morning in the desert off Margham in Dubai. Tremblay used a few buckets of sand in three shades on a 10-metre by 12-metre portrait of the Father of the ...  >>MORE

Louvre Abu Dhabi's third Talking Art Series comes to seasonal close in May

Posted on 13/05/2014

Louvre Abu Dhabi's extensive programming around the future museum's third Talking Art Series comes to a seasonal close in May, having offered audiences a selection of talks and workshops with scholars and museum specialists presenting an extensive preview of the permanent collection. Adding further context of Louvre Abu Dhabi's narrative, the last talk of the series takes place on 21st May at 18.30 at Manarat Al Saadiyat with Jean-Luc Martinez, President-Director of Musée du Louvre in ...  >>MORE

Young Emirati artists head to Art Basel Hong Kong on cultural exchange

Posted on 12/05/2014

It's always been Ameena Al Jarman's dream to see the Hong Kong Museum of Art. As a double major student in anthropology and visual arts, she's fascinated with both creativity and the environment, and the Far East is somewhere that she feels fits perfectly with this joint interest. She never imagined that she would have the chance to travel there until after she finished her studies at Zayed University in Dubai. But Al Jarman is one of 10 female Emirati undergraduate students who have been ...  >>MORE

UN official hails Hamdan International Photography Award as promoter of peace

Posted on 11/05/2014

Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal, Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, commended The Hamdan International Photography Award (HIPA) for promoting principles of humanity and peace through the power of photography. Tieffenthal made his remarks during a recent visit to the HIPA headquarters where he was welcomed by Sahar Mohammad Al Zarei, Assistant Secretary General of the Award, and Saeed Mohamed Al Nabouda, Acting Director General of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority ...  >>MORE

Artist to create world’s largest sand portrait of Sheikh Zayed

Posted on 09/05/2014

Sylvain Tremblay will attempt to create the world's largest sand portrait depicting the UAE's iconic founding father from the confines of a hot air balloon. Come early Monday morning, innovative artist Sylvain Tremblay will attempt to create the world's largest sand portrait depicting the UAE's iconic founding father, Sheikh Zayed — all from the confines of a hot air balloon. Taking the challenge on with open arms, Tremblay told Khaleej Times on Wednesday that nerves were setting in, but ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre set to present 5th PechaKucha Night Sharjah

Posted on 09/05/2014

Maraya Art Centre - Sharjah's innovative contemporary visual arts hub and an initiative by the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) - is preparing to host the fifth edition of the popular and pioneering PechaKucha Night Sharjah. This fifth edition of the event, which will take place at the Maraya Community on May 10, will be the second PechaKucha night for the year, the event gives its participants the opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas in an innovative 20x20 ...  >>MORE

NYU Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority to promote Local Arts Education

Posted on 08/05/2014

New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) has in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi), hosted a presentation this week on finding ways to inspire young people to become more active in the arts. The discussion, held at Manarat al Saadiyat in Abu Dhabi centred around NYUAD senior Bouthayna Baltaji's final year capstone project, entitled "Bina'a Al Bee'ah Al Mahalee'yah Al Fen'nee'yah" (The Building / Creation of the Local Art Community). Baltaji's senior ...  >>MORE

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Photographer Farah Al Qasimi presents her perspective on Dubai through a series of pictures


General Civil Aviation Authority launches "U.A.E. Aviation Art" competition


Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum sponsors Downtown Design 2014


MBRF starts ’Writer Exchange’ between U.A.E. and Japan


2015 Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award opens submissions


How the Sheikha Salama Foundation is nurturing the next generation of art professionals


Barjeel Art Foundation announces launch of Sharjah Time-lapse video


Emiratis shine at photography competition of Liwa Date Festival


Sharjah Biennial 12: A date for your diary


10th Islamic Economic Forum brings 7th edition of Marketplace of Creative Arts to Dubai


U.A.E. contest brings art into the open


Creative works of Emirati photographers at Maraya Art Centre


Submissions now open for Abu Dhabi Art’s 2014 Wings Design Project


Maraya Art Centre to host MOBIPIXUAE charity roadshow exhibition


Abu Dhabi Art to showcase diverse programmes


Timeless words in stainless steel creation by Emirati artist Mattar bin Lahej


Emirati artist Zeinab Alhashemi combines her experience in graphic design with her love for art


Reem Falaknaz documents mountain life in the U.A.E. for the Arab Documentary Photography Program


#Sharjah1000 features insightful photographs of the emirate


Crochet corals to come to Abu Dhabi


Maraya Art Centre sheds light on Abaya design in ‘My Abaya II’


TCA Abu Dhabi organises Artscape


Sharjah designer wins Young Creative Entrepreneur Culture award


Sharjah Award for Arab Photo launches its fourth edition


U.A.E. has first National Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale


National Geographic Abu Dhabi is on the hunt for the region’s best photographer


U.A.E. cityscape in the spotlight at Venice Architecture Biennale


Sheikha Manal Art Exchange programme establishes culture of dialogue in Hong Kong


Explorations in the Arts initiative introduced by Salama bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation


Maraya Art Centre to host its first ever collective design exhibition ‘Islamopolitan'


Calligraphy art sales in Abu Dhabi to benefit Bosnians affected by floods


US is given artists’ impressions of UAE life with travelling exhibition


Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation celebrates 10th festival


Art Hub Liwa lets gifted international artists live and work on the cusp of the Empty Quarter


Artist honours Sheikh Zayed through large sand portrait


Louvre Abu Dhabi's third Talking Art Series comes to seasonal close in May


Young Emirati artists head to Art Basel Hong Kong on cultural exchange


UN official hails Hamdan International Photography Award as promoter of peace


Artist to create world’s largest sand portrait of Sheikh Zayed


Maraya Art Centre set to present 5th PechaKucha Night Sharjah


NYU Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority to promote Local Arts Education