In this interview Fatima Al Mghanni, the Emirati Heritage expert interviewed by Amna Al Farsi, where they discuss the Emirati heritage, as well as her experiences in history and she tells us about her private museum of Emirati crafts and history.
Eleonora Sevenard talks to Alia Al Neyadi about her journey as a soloist at the Bolshoi Theater.
Sara bin Safwan speaks with artist Salman Al Najem about the creative force of man, mental health and finding light within darkness.
Faisal Kiwewa goes from his childhood to his arts festival, the Bayimba International Festival of the Arts, and his current plans.
Belgian photographer Mous Lamrabat sits down with Sara Khalfan Al Mheiri for an #ArtToHeart chat about his thoughts and his work.
Conversation between the heritage Expert Abdulla Khalfan AlYamahi and Yaser AlNeyadi on the protocol of Emirati Majlis
Al Qattara Arts Centre celebrates World Day for Audiovisual Heritage through a series of interviews with heritage and audiovisual experts.
The first female graduate in Oud from Berklee Boston and Valencia, Alya Cycon sits across the camera with Mona Eldahshoury in this next #ArtToHeart interview.
Yarub Smairat interviews his colleague and friend, Berklee graduate and accomplished violinist Layth Sidiq.
A passionate one on one about the intricacies and theories behind classical music with David Fray.
Guggenheim Abu Dhabi’s series of studio visits culminates with a panel discussion bringing together all four visited artists.
Get to know the artists living and working in Abu Dhabi. Here, Bahraini-American artist Nasser Alzayani introduces his work.
Get to know the artists living and working in Abu Dhabi. Here, artist Hashel Al Lamki presents his multi-disciplinary work.
Get to know the artists living and working in Abu Dhabi. Here, artist Rand Abdul Jabbar presents her multi-disciplinary work.
Meet Emirati artist Maitha Abdalla as she introduces her practice, and get to know the artists living and working in Abu Dhabi.
A discussion among artists who have shaped the regional artistic scene and who have contributed to artistic institutions in the United Arab Emirates and beyond.
Museums: Places of Civic Engagement, Inspiration and Rebuilding in a Pandemic Age
Okwui Enwezor and David Adjaye in conversation at Abu Dhabi Art
Traditional games represent a shared heritage that entices core values needed to build qualities and inspire collectiveness.
By weaving sheep wool, goat hair or camel fur, Emirati artisans create distinctive designs rich in geometrical patterns that often reflect social identity and the surrounding environment.
Talli is a traditional form of decorative embroidery practised by Emirati women using cotton or silk threads on a loom called a ‘Kajooja’.
A special Culture Summit Abu Dhabi recorded session: ‘Alone Together: Culture and Resilience’.
Marine artisans weave traditional fish nets, using simple tools and nylon threads to create nets of various sizes.
Khoos is a traditional Emirati craft in which dry palm fronds are woven to create household products such as placemats and baskets.
Hans Ulrich Obrist discusses the creation of a commissioned artwork by Etel Adnan for the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019.
Learn about the life and career of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi collection artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, and his painting Cabra (1981-82).
His Excellency Saeed Al Otaiba recalls Al Ain’s development into a flourishing city and describes the grand structure of Qasr Al Hosn during the rule of Sheikh Shakhbut bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
The architects of the Saadiyat Cultural District museum discuss the museums and their cultural impact, at Abu Dhabi Art.
Fatima Al Rumaithi and Hadeya Al Rumaithi take us back to their childhood memories of the celebrations in and around Qasr Al Hosn and their stories of the community that once surrounded the fort.
Hassan Hajjaj discusses his practice and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi acquired works My Rock Stars Experimental: Volume 2 and Le Salon (2017).
Paolo Colombo and Sarah Collins in conversation with commissioned artists Lamya Gargash and Nima Nabavi.
Curator Munira Al Sayegh in conversation with Sarah Al Agroobi, Manal Al Dowayan, Ahaad Alamoudi and Eman Ali.
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