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Fri, 04 Nov


Abu Dhabi

A Day in Abu Dhabi

Cultural Foundation Private Tour

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A Day in Abu Dhabi
A Day in Abu Dhabi

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04 Nov 2022, 10:00

Abu Dhabi, Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum St(2nd St) - Al Hisn - W3 - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates


Cultural Foundation Art Residency Tour given by Rabi Georges Art Residency Artists: Cristiana de Marchi Fatema Al Ferdan Oorvi Sharma Spencer Hogg Susan Doe The Cultural Foundation Art Residency is a platform to advance the skills and practice of professional artists, designers, architects, writers, performers, researchers, film makers and other cultural practitioners through dedicated studio spaces and resources. The residency programme enables artists to produce and exhibit works within Cultural Foundation, providing unparalleled visibility and endorsement. Life is a Circus, Private Tour given by Sumayya Al Suwaidi             Life Is A Circus will be the Cultural Foundation's first NFT art exhibition showcasing the works of 12 UAE-based digital artists, all of whom were commissioned under the same theme and concept - to describe the ironic life we are processing at the moment. The exhibition will take the viewer on a rollercoaster ride between the past and the present, allowing them to experience the first digital art exhibition in the UAE through videos, photos, and news clippings while also seeing how digital art has evolved into video art and animation. Fahrelnissa and the Institutes: Towards a Sky, Private Tour given by Zuhoor Alsayegh Fahrelnissa and the Institutes: Towards a Sky celebrates the abstract work of prominent artists, all women, who pioneered the modern and contemporary art scene in Jordan, anchored by the influence of internationally acclaimed artist Fahrelnissa Zeid as well as Wijdan, Hind Nasser, and Ufemia Rizk. Lullabies: A Journey Through Song, Private Tour given by Reem Alhashmi Lullabies: A Journey through Song presents a collection of sleep songs from various regions around the world including the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. It also takes parents and caretakers on a nostalgic trip to lullabies they have grown up listening to during their childhood. The exhibition highlights each song, its history, context and use through different media forms like all-new video animations, interactive games and exploration zones.

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