With extended opening hours until 1 am, visitors enjoyed the museum’s plethora of ongoing activities.
More than 10,000 guests, made up of children, families and other art enthusiasts, including visitors from abroad as well as UAE residents, visited Louvre Abu Dhabi on 18th May, as the global community of cultural institutions celebrated the International Museum Day.
With extended opening hours until 1 am, visitors enjoyed the museum’s plethora of ongoing activities as well as its permanent galleries and international exhibitions, particularly Rembrandt, Vermeer & the Dutch Golden Age: Masterpieces from The Leiden Collection, and the Musee du Louvre, which closed Saturday.
Newly unveiled acquisitions and loans, many on view for the first time in the region, offer new experiences to attract both first-time and returning visitors to the museum.
The interactive and experiential celebration of the acclaimed Danish writer’s life and works is the first of its kind in the Arab region and will be displayed at the Sharjah Art Museum for three months until May 30.
UNESCO named Sharjah the cultural capital of the Arab world in 1998 and last year it was declared the World Book Capital.
Eman AlHashimi is the first UAE female composer in orchestra and music soundtrack. AlHashimi has also published six books so far.
Ayeza had revealed that late Bollywood star Sridevi will always be on the top among her 'favourite' actresses and that she has been an 'inspiration' for her, both as an actress and a mother.
Authored by Canadian journalist Gurpreet Singh, the book is based on her film career.
Presenting works by 53 photographers from 30 countries, the 2021 iteration of Vantage Point Sharjah features images in four categories — Conceptual, Experimental, Photojournalism and Documentary, and Staged Photography — highlighting the unique, fascinating and infinite possibilities of photography as a medium.