Get inspired by the Ottoman era and head down to the exhibition for a taste of history. Hareem al Sultan is a popular Turkish series, dubbed in Arabic, set in the Turkish Ottoman era about the Sultans Harem, this exhibition will show what's in TopkapÄ± Palace from home decor, costumes, jewellery and more! Fans of this show will get to taste and witness the rich history and culture behind this show.
The incredibly popular Ripe Food & Crafts Market have now gone into summer mode with the brand new Ripe Summer Market and this time it is located indoors at the Times Square Centre. Enjoy organic produce and farm fresh products as well as artisan crafts and even fun and games for the kids all in an alfresco setting. With food, fun and more, you can’t go wrong at the Ripe Summer Market, open only on Saturdays from 9am to 3pm from May through to October.
The programme will focus on creative experimenting and technical skills to develop art through a variety of mediums. Little ones can choose to attend the entire programme or select any number of the available individual classes in the morning or afternoon.
The classes include: geometric pattern-making, basic printmaking, charcoal drawing, abstract watercolours and much more.
Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) was launched in 1998 to position Dubai as an international summer destination. The festival is one of the highlights of the city s summer calendar with GCC residents and other tourists flocking to the city, looking for bargains in over 6,000 stores that are participating in this annual event. This festival is also heavily geared towards families with each mall undertaking a programme of events for children of all ages. In addition to the shopping bonanza, a part of Dubai Summer Surprises has nothing to do with shopping and everything to do with fun!
The story of Dubai is set to unfold in real time with the opening of Saruq Al Hadid, a newly opened museum in Dubai's historical district, which displays a stunning range of artefacts unearthed from a new archeological dig at Saruq Al Hadid. The archeological site was discovered by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum while flying his helicopter, as he noticed that some dunes were a darker colour than others.
Beirut is a city of contradiction and paradox, a city where the past and the present entwine in unpredictable and unexpected ways, where the past with its memories and lingering scars of war burst through the ends of the city’s evolving contemporary identity. Just as the city unites disparate elements into one cohesive whole, the exhibition “When Time Does Not Exist” unites two seemingly disparate photographic series about Beirut by two distinct photographers: Stephane Lagoutte (based between Beirut and Paris) and Randa Mirza (based between Beirut and Marseille).
Keeping the ancient tradition of calligraphy alive, members of the Emirates Arabic Calligraphy Society and the Chairman Khalid Ai Al Jallaf will share their experiences in learning and teaching this unique art form. The Women Calligraphers taking part in this exhibition are mostly members of the Emirates Arabic Calligraphy Society: Fatima Althanhani, Fatima Juri, Thuraya Ibrahim, Shikha Mahboob, Fatima Salim, Nada Al Maazmi, Maryam Ali Al Farsi, Eman Bashir Al Muhairi, Aisha Al Hasani and Zainab Mohammed Ali.
Join the biggest gathering of the region’s most influential telco CEOs, in Dubai. Telecoms World Middle East brings together 150 speakers representing the most important companies in telecoms to debate, discuss and design the future of telecoms across the globe.
The Second MENA Orthopedic Congress has been developed to focus on the practical management and latest evidence-based clinical data that will highlight the most advanced strategies in detection, prevention and management of common orthopaedic conditions through the most advanced techniques.
Jashn-e-Awadh’ is a celebration of the legendary Music and Dance of Lucknow that flourished under the patronage of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah.Wajid Ali Shah, better known as the last king of Awadh, was a passionate and talented artiste himself. A gifted poet, playwright, dancer and musician, he is credited for reviving and popularising Kathak, a renowned form of Indian classical dance. Light classical music forms, such as Thumri and Ghazal, flourished in his passionate mehfils. Lucknow truly became an epitome of art and culture under his regime
GITEX Shopper is the largest gathering of the region’s leading ICT retailers and suppliers. This high-energy consumer show attracts a diverse audience that includes IT professionals, technology enthusiasts, students and consumers as well as regional traders.The event attracts visitors not just from the Middle East but also from North Africa and the Indian Subcontinent. GITEX Shopper attracts the biggest names in the retail sector, with unique launches and special offers across the best technology, communication and entertainment products.
Distripress is a non-profit association for the promotion of the global circulation of the press – magazines, newspapers, paperback books. Each year Distripress brings its members and guest delegates together for a Congress. Delegates gather over four days to share business updates, to learn about new initiatives in the market and to socialise and meet new contacts.
WETEX is an annual destination for thousands of serious players from the energy, water and environment related fields.In line with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Minister of Finance and President of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA)
Sara Nimer, an abstract expressionist artist of Palestinian Omani origin who paints exclusively under the rain in Dubai, will be exhibiting 20 abstract paintings and a series of photographs. Sara’s work is a reflection of her personal growth as a freely educated, spiritual woman who embarked on a journey to reconcile herself with spirituality and culture. In the process, she evokes her path, and invites viewers to find – like her – peace in nature.
Curated by Beth Derderian, this is a programme of events designed for arts professionals, artists, and arts enthusiasts living in Dubai. The thread tying these events together is the name “outside,” - whether that is outside the arts historical canon, outside the museum, outside traditional engagement strategies or more. The aim is to encourage conversations and thinking about art outside of its traditional boxes.
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