Art History Walks Louvre
Art History Walks in Louvre Abu Dhabi
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Are you ready to learn more about Louvre Abu Dhabi’s art collection? Be part of the museum’s growing art community by joining the four-week Art History Walks Series. Each week, a Museum Educator will guide visitors on a thematic visit through the museum galleries to explore the world’s artistic heritage through the museum’s outstanding collection.

Louvre Abu Dhabi is open for new ideas and champions new generations of cultural leaders. Its international exhibitions, programming and Children’s Museum are inclusive platforms that connect communities and offer enjoyment for all.

Louvre Abu Dhabi’s plaza © Louvre Abu Dhabi, Photography Mohamed Somji
Louvre Abu Dhabi’s plaza © Louvre Abu Dhabi, Photography Mohamed Somji

Created by an exceptional agreement between the governments of Abu Dhabi and France, Louvre Abu Dhabi was designed by Jean Nouvel, a famous French architect, and opened on Saadiyat Island in November 2017. The museum is inspired by traditional Islamic architecture and its monumental dome creates a rain of light effect and a unique social space that brings people together.

The Art History Walks programme includes four in-depth one-hour sessions investigating various themes within the museum space. Learn about diverse cultures, and shared milestones in humanity’s history and understand the narrative of Louvre Abu Dhabi through the stories behind the selected artworks.

For more information and bookings, please visit Louvre Abu Dhabi official website.

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