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.
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.
A set of new collection presentations at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met), NYC, USA, is currently examining aspects of cultural inter-connectedness at three prominent locations within the museum.
UNESCO named Sharjah the cultural capital of the Arab world in 1998 and last year it was declared the World Book Capital.
This meeting marked Sheikha Bodour’s first official engagement since she was conferred her new position at IPA. At the meeting, she stressed that challenges and opportunities in the Arab publishing landscape will remain key points on IPA agenda for the next couple of years.
According to the Pakistani media, the “Mom” actress will work in “What’s Love Got To Do Wth It," which will be helmed by Indian filmmaker Shekhar Kapur.
The shoot of the film is still pending, and actor Paresh Rawal has agreed to complete Kapoor's incomplete portions.
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