Warehouse421, the local arts and design center dedicated to showcasing and nurturing creative production across the region, has announced the launch of its Summer 2021 program for children, teens and creative practitioners in the UAE. The program is held in partnership with several creative institutions and creative practitioners, including: the Makerspace Foundation in Al Zeina area in Abu Dhabi, the “Film My Design” festival, which is based in Cairo, Cinema Akil, the Iraqi artist Rand Abdul Jabbar, the artist Hala Al Ani, Fatima Al Zaabi, and Noura Al Awar, Afnan Saeed Amin from Studio D04, Dima Srouji, Suzy Sikorsky from Mid East Art, Reem Ibrahim, Faisal Tabbara and Zohour Al Sayegh. Gallery 421 also presents the architectural intervention “Bahra”, on a permanent basis, by artist Taleen Hazbar.
The General Manager of Warehouse421, Faisal Al-Hassan, said: “We are pleased to announce the Summer 2021 season, which includes several creative partnerships. This falls within the framework of our interests in designing programs aimed at engaging a wide audience of creators, students, and those interested in the arts. The program, which runs until September 2021, aims to stimulate and reveal the creative abilities of the participants, in addition to conversations through which we hope to engage the largest number of the audience in dialogues that raise awareness about the creative practices of artists and creators from the country and the region.”
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