The Art Basel and UBS Survey of Global Collecting in 2023 reveals insights into the behaviors and outlook of high-net-worth collectors in the first half of 2023.
Art Jameel, an organisation that supports artists and creative communities, and the British Council, announce the launch of Anhar: Culture and Climate Platform, a three-tiered programme that invites artists, collectives and institutions based in the Arab world to submit proposals that engage meaningfully with the climate emergency. The Open Call was launched on October 4, with applications accepted through to December 15, 2023.
ZeeArts in collaboration with COP28 and EEG will be orchestrating the “United For Climate”, a national Art installation at Dubai Expo City, during COP28.
The new partnership between Vacheron Constantin and The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met), a leading art museum founded in 1870, is based on an unwavering commitment to safeguarding and passing on knowledge and expertise.
Dubai-based Art be a Part, the growing international community of artists, today announced details of a new fundraiser later this month to help vulnerable children and support other humanitarian causes.
“Great public art and public buildings can have a transformative effect on life in our city,” stated Cultural Affairs Commissioner Laurie Cumbo.
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is thrilled to announce its next big art experience, L+A+N+D: an experience of discovery. L+A+N+D (Landscape + Art + Nature + Design) is an exciting new initiative that annually celebrates innovative design concepts for immersive outdoor installations on a grand scale, opening to the public in 2024.
Sharjah Performing Arts Academy (SPAA) is proud to announce the success and accomplishments of its students in the BTEC Level 2 International Award in Performing Arts Programme, a unique and innovative study option that has garnered praise for its brilliant features and distinct approach to performing arts education.
Artist John Charles is collaborating with estabiched Dubai venue ‘The Space’ to unveil his next collection Supercars.
Zawyeh Gallery announces the first of a series of Open Studio events: an open studio by artist Ala Albaba in the Al-Amari refugee camp in Ramallah, Palestine. Zawyeh Gallery is inviting the public to visit Albaba’s studio, where they will get an opportunity to inspect Albaba’s artworks closely and engage in face-to-face discussions with the artist whose artworks topics deal mainly with the theme of refugee camps as structures and Palestinian refugees’ aspirations.