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AD varsity announces performances

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The Arts Center at NYUAD is a renowned performing arts centre that offers compelling programming.

NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) has announced a programme of artistic exhibitions, talks, performances, and screenings at its Arts Centre and Art Gallery. All events are open to the public throughout the month of April.

The Arts Center at NYUAD is a renowned performing arts center that offers compelling programming and presents distinguished professional artists from around the world, alongside student, faculty, and community productions. Its range of public events aim to enrich the cultural life of both the Abu Dhabi community and the University’s students through wider interaction with the general public.

The NYUAD Art Gallery, the University’s academic museum-gallery, presents work by internationally-established artists, curators, and scholars, to serve the intellectual and creative dialogue with students and the wider community, via topics of regional relevance and international significance.

NYU Abu Dhabi is the first comprehensive liberal arts and science campus in the Middle East to be operated abroad by a major American research university. NYU Abu Dhabi has integrated a highly-selective liberal arts, engineering and science curriculum with a world center for advanced research and scholarship enabling its students to succeed in an increasingly interdependent world and advance cooperation and progress on humanity’s shared challenges. NYU Abu Dhabi’s high-achieving students have come from 120 nations and speak over 120 languages. Together, NYU’s campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai form the backbone of a unique global university, giving faculty and students opportunities to experience varied learning environments and immersion in other cultures at one or more of the numerous study-abroad sites NYU maintains on six continents.

About NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery

The NYUAD Art Gallery is an academic museum-gallery that presents work by internationally-established artists, curators, and scholars, to serve the intellectual and creative dialogue among the university and wider communities, via topics of regional relevance and international significance. The platform supports scholarly and experimental installations, artists’ projects, guest curators, and landmark exhibitions, with an emphasis on projects that engage the uniquely non-commercial, experimental, and scholarly role of a University.