Italian Art Fair | IAF Dubai, 5th Decmeber – 11th December
Italian Art Fair aims to be a more valid and appropriate platform
for the visibility and promotion of Italian art. Curated by Gina Affinito and with generous support from local Italian institutions and the Italian Industry & Commerce in UAE. Italian Art Fair will present galleries, studios and artists who work in Italy.
There will be painting, photography, sculture and installation work presented. Participating galleries include: Chie Art Gallery | Gallery Accorsi Arte, Turin | CCA Art Gallery, Rome | Primo Piano Livin Gallery, Lecce
Solo artists include:
Laura Colantonio, Antonina Foderà, Mauro Fornasero, Antonella Guarano, Osvaldo Petricciuolo, Michelangelo Lacagnina, Andrea La Casa, Serenella Marsala, Letizia Lo Monaco, Giovanna Magugliani, Tina Marzo, Antonello Sanna, Pasquale Sorrentino, Pamela Squarta, Antonio Sanna, Stefania Sergi, Vanessa Pia Turco, Maika Zanetto
Camp Igloo - Kids Winter Art Camp
This winter get cozy and creative at CAMP IGLOO. Put on your woolly hats, get your friends and family together and join the DUCTAC Winter Camp, with tons of fun filled activities for children from ages 5 to 11. With a new winter related theme every day, our team of professional teachers and dedicted helpers will guide you through many activities like arts and crafts, painting and clay modeling. From magical snowflake patterns to drawing your very own snowman, from painting icy winterscapes to a creating a warm hot chocolate collage, get aboard this wonderful creative and educational journey to celebrate winter in a way you never have before. `
DUCTAC – Celebrating Winter
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180 AED for 1 day
900 AED for 1 week
1600 AED for 2 weeks (if the 2 week package is purchased together)
20% sibling discount – applicable to 1 sibling only
East/East-East – DUCTAC Arts Centre Initiative, 2015–2016
East/East-East seeks to initiate an experimental East-arts narrative. The programme is predicated on a belief that this narrative requires a new approach, one which is neither delineated by Western institutions nor remains the sole, privileged domain of Western-focussed curators.
East/East-East champions a less stressful, more organic domain. This is the playful space carved out by shared geopolitical psychologies, the place where these idiosyncrasies are mapped, celebrated and nurtured. Uninterested in formulating responses to values emanating from galactic museums or art brokers, East/East-East will instead thrive off self-reflexive regional dialogues, using such insularity and rapprochement to find alternative approaches to art from the GGC, Levant, Pakistan, India, Singapore, South Korea and Japan.
In collaboration with a number of cultural organisations, arts enthusiasts and curators, East/East-East will investigate these new narratives with a series of exhibitions and initiatives in DUCTAC’s Gallery of Light throughout 2015–2016.