All the events are free of charge.
Culture vultures have an exciting few weeks to look forward to with the announcement of NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Art Gallery’s public programme for May and June.
Running in tandem with the ongoing Parthenogenesis: Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hesam Rahmanian exhibit, the free events include family gallery visits, a film series titled Cinema RRH, and talks on new works across the artists’ different disciplines.
The programme will kick-off on 10 May with a curatorial tour guided by The NYUAD Art Gallery Executive Director, Maya Allison, which will explore the many different forces that shape artists’ work.
Up next will be a teen council event; Metamorphosis: Collaborate. Negotiate. Let go; where participants will collaborate with each other, finding methods of negotiation through drawing, collaging, and painting as a group on Saturday 14 May.
For those looking for an enjoyable family day out, The NYUAD Art Gallery invites you to explore the Parthenogenesis exhibition on a special kid-centric tour on Saturday 21 May.
More events include an artist talk and a film series titled Cinema RRH, to screen works that have played a meaningful role in the artists’ creative development.
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Speaking on the announcement of the programme, Executive Director of The NYUAD Art Gallery Maya Allison, said; “A big factor in the ongoing success of Parthenogenesis is the way Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hesam Rahmanian have brought to life the inspiration they find in the UAE art community.
“For these artists, art is a living, breathing conversation with the audience. Their work contains profoundly serious elements integrated with playful ones, in a landscape that evolves with time.
“We are delighted to introduce a raft of events that invite visitors into this landscape and this evolution, to become collaborators themselves, with the art, the artists, and to share in their diverse influences.”
A Green Al Hosn App is required to participate in the events, which are free and open to the public upon registration.
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