This exhibition is part of an ongoing research, examining the relevance of glossolalia (speaking in tongues) and seeks to explore the question To what extent does our understanding of glossolalia change according to the context of public aesthetics?
This conversation moderated by Laure Assaf, will bring together writer and artists to address the words associated with Gulf migration in various languages and the meanings they carry.
Blane De St. Croix will discuss his artistic practice as he walks you through the different artworks and installations in the exhibition.
Discover Blane De St. Croix's landscapes and create your own artwork inspired by the 'Blane De St. Croix: Horizon' exhibition at the NYUAD Art Gallery!
Witness the entire campus come alive with music, food, activities, and performances at the inaugural Open Campus Day on Saturday, January 20, 2024.
January 11, 5:30 PM
A series of talks by curators that delves into the invited professionals' approaches to exhibition-making, research, critical thinking, artistic collaboration, and beyond.
Join us for the opening of “Unsettled Accounts” which gathers work from NYUAD’s “Culture, Rights, and Representation” Research Kitchen that documents unpredictable political and economic circumstances.