This Ramadan, a contemporary art museum in Dubai, Jameel Arts Centre, presents a series of entertaining and educational events for Ramadan Nights running from 9 pm to midnight this Saturday.
Engaging evening events comprise a lot of various activities for the whole family to enjoy – from an express tour of the ongoing exhibitions to workshops for adults and children and storytime in English and Arabic.
Workshops include Paperclay play led by Quarter Moon Studio, Melt and pour led by Rouba Shaath of Saboona, Cloth bag printing led by Yes4us. With their help anyone can learn how to use again waste material and make lightweight objects, create your own soap or make cloth bags with a print chosen by you.
Visitors can also participate in self-led activities such as Spoon family, creating your family members using wooden spoons and upcycled fabric scraps, and Chalk prints, investigating the process of creating floating chalk prints.
A Reading Vigil is intended to remember scholars, writers, artists who are no longer with us, but nevertheless, they and their works have influenced our perception of the world.
Under the stars: Henna and carrom on the Roof Terrace is where you can participate in a game of carrom and choose your very own henna design.
Ramadan Nights are free and open to all; however, workshop participation is available on a first-come, first-served basis. So make sure to register in advance!
For more information please visit: https://jameelartscentre.org