Mazen Khaddaj’s first solo show in Dubai ‘New Self Found’, curated by art historian Maie El-Hage, is on at Urbanist Art Gallery 20 Sept – 9 Oct 2023.
Some ideas for things to do for the upcoming long weekend.
The Second Edition Collective Exhibition by Urbanist Art Gallery just opened on 19 July. The show is ongoing until 8 August, and is a must-see for Dubai art scene.
‘Endless Beauty’ Kufic Calligraphy exhibition by artist Sanaz Alborzi is set to open at Urbanist Art Gallery in Dubai on June 6.
Made with upcycled shipping containers, the ‘Dive Tank’ measures 4-metres deep, 12-metres long and 5-metres wide, and is perfect for scuba diving and free diving.
This Ramadan, from 1-9 April, Alserkal Avenue is celebrating the city’s diversity by coming together to share and listen to today’s cultural stories. Visitors can make their way to the Avenue from iftar onwards to enjoy screenings, poetry performances, gift exchanges, music by a handpan orchestra, and more.
Wondering what to do during Ramadan and Spring break? Family travelers will be able to take a trip to the beautiful universe of AYA and enjoy a unique experience together with the launch of the new, special edition Family Pass. Available now for a limited time only, the whole family can immerse themselves in the innovative entertainment park at just AED375 for a group of four or AED750 for a group of eight.
Keturah Reserve is an innovative new luxury residential development in Mohammed Bin Rashid City, District 7, Dubai, that offers transformational living through the design of space.
Wondering what to do this Ramadan? Here are six unique reasons why AYA should be your family’s go-to-attraction during the Holy Month.
New media artist Daniel Canogar presents his latest show “Loose Threads” at Galloire Contemporary Art Gallery in City Walk, Dubai.