Robaba Mohammadi left her conflict-ridden nation for a secure life in the UAE. She finds the interest of the people of Sharjah in her work very heartwarming.
Co-curated by Emirati fashion designer/curator Khulood Bin Thani and Fatma Al Mahmoud, Head, 1971 – Design Space, it celebrated date palms as being one of the most cherished gifts of nature and their importance throughout the history of human civilisation.
British artist Luke Jerram, known for his impeccable work of art, makes another marvelous installation leaving all of the Earth in wonder.
Many artists in Spain have come together to make a series of murals reflecting the importance of climate change and create awareness on the same for passersby.
26-year-old Sharara is a very familiar name in Dubai and UAE circles. He is an artist who makes music and is a professional MC also, but self-trained. He has been entertaining and enthralling UAE audiences with his energy.
Displaying Jordan's rich culture and artistic background, a few Jordanian unite to take people on a tour of the region's underground art world.
Palestinian artist, Taqi Spateen, uses the Israeli-built barriers as his canvas to paint breathtaking murals in support of Palestinian lives.
The third exhibition in a four-year series titled Sharjapan (July 24 – Oct. 1) curated by Yuko Hasegawa titled Remain Calm: Solitude and Connectivity in Japanese Architecture, examines modern and contemporary architecture in Japan.
Dubai Culture has allocated a workshop space for Halawani, who obtained a cultural visa, at Al Safa Art and Design Library, starting from July 1, for a period of six months.