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Special art workshop for women in Dubai


Art lovers will immerse in the experience with the world’s greatest paintings in an incredible way, without a canvas in sight.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

In the heart of Downtown Dubai, sits this infamous Parisian museum Infinity des Lumières where art comes to life with literally giant size digital facades displaying top artworks.

The Infinity des Lumières is the ultimate immersive digital art experience in the Middle East, and the biggest digital art venue in the GCC region.

Art lovers will immerse in the experience with the world’s greatest paintings in an incredible way, without a canvas in sight.

The Infinity des Lumières to wow everyone has launched the region’s first ladies-only art workshop. 


Infinity des lumierès introduces infinitely inspiring and relaxing ladies-only guided art workshops in collaboration with the fabulous ARTfem.

The workshop focuses on the digital artworks present in the museum. A visitor can choose a category to implicate the art on a canvas.  

Wael Soueid, Executive Director, Infinity des Lumieres said, "The purpose of the workshops is to continue inspiring our visitors when it comes to art, especially when its being presented in a digital form.

“In addition, we want to expand people’s knowledge when it comes to famous artworks and artists through these dedicated workshops to help them connect and discover art in an immersive form."


Visitors can choose from 4 different sessions, dedicated to 4 famous masterpieces, pre-sketched onto a canvas, and experience an amazing ARTfem guided painting workshop where one will create his/her own unique masterpiece, in an infinitely mesmerising environment.

The four categories are:

— Feel Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”

— Experience Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa

— Discover Van Gogh’s “Almond Blossom

— Explore Van Gogh’s “Cafe terrace at night”

It’s a space that has taken on the works of Vincent Van Gogh, letting visitors step straight into ‘Starry Night’; DannyRose Studio’s Dreamed Japan ‘The Images of the floating world,’ also tied to Van Gogh, given his fascination with Japanese art; and Thomas Vanz’s fully digital creation, ‘Verse,’ which takes you on a journey beyond the skies.”


The digital museum, in line with Dubai Culture’s vision, aimed at strengthening Dubai's position as a global centre for culture, an incubator for creativity, and a thriving hub for talent, as well as in line with its commitment to stimulating creative industries to transform the emirate into the capital of the creative economy, Dubai Culture is supporting Infinity des Lumières in creating an empowering platform for Dubai’s creative talents and a cultural experience for everyone everywhere.

The Infinity des Lumières, part of the InfinityArt, is contributing to the creative economy by focusing on diversity and innovation of art.

The InfinityArt was founded with the aim of helping to present art and play an active role in the digital revolution taking place in the cultural sector.

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