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.
Witness the entire campus come alive with music, food, activities, and performances at the inaugural Open Campus Day on Saturday, January 20, 2024.
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!
January 11, 5:30 PM
Faysal Tabbarah is Curator, National Pavilion UAE, 2023 and Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Architecture, American University of Sharjah
Michele Bambling, Senior Director of the Japan Society Gallery in NYC.
We invite you to: CURATORS TALK, a new series presented by The NYUAD Art Gallery in which curators discuss their distinct approaches to curatorial practice.
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.
Mark your calendars for the opening of 'Symbiotic: Hyperreal.' This exhibition marks the first duo show for Emirati artists and brothers Talal Al Najjar and Ziad Al Najjar.
Join us for a tour to discover 'the only constant' and create your comic book-style exhibition guide!
Ciel Arbour-Boehme, Farah Soltani, Fatima Al Romaithi, Sara Alahbabi, Zara Mahmood
In light of 'the only constant' exhibition at The NYUAD Art Gallery, a part of Ramadaniyyat events
Witness the entire campus come alive with music, food, activities, and performances at the inaugural Open Campus Day on Saturday, March 18, 2023.
Families are invited to a tour of _the only constant_ exhibition, followed by a comic book workshop with Illustrator Mohammed Al Shaibani.
Please join us on March 4, 2023 at 4:00 PM at The NYUAD Project Space for a panel discussion about 'Performing the City' with the artist Sandra Peters; Mona El-Mousfy, Architect and Architecture Consultant for the Sharjah Art Foundation; and George Katodrytis, Architect and Professor at the American University of Sharjah. The conversation will be moderated by the architect Tala Gharagozlou.
Join us for the opening of Sandra Peters' solo exhibition, "Performing the City," at The Project Space.
Tarek Al-Ghoussein, Patty Chang, Gil Heitor Cortesão, Sharon Lockhart, Taus Makhacheva, Haroon Mirza, Clifford Ross, Thomas Struth, and Vivek Vilasini
Join artist James Kelly for a hands on vinyl DJ’ing workshop. Participants will be introduced to DJ equipment such as the turntable and DJ mixer, and learn how to scratch and mix with vinyl records.
Join us for the opening reception of Phonography, which exhibits research carried out by Dr James Kelly looking at vinyl records and their use in music composition, performance, and sound art. The exhibition includes a collection of unusual records which exploit some of the media’s creative potentials and limitations. Depending on the creators intentions, these records are called; dubplates, DJ tools, anti-records and artist recordworks.
We welcome the whole family to take a journey together through the 'Khaleej Modern: Pioneers and Collectives in the Arabian Peninsula' exhibition. The tour will adapt according to the age groups. The youth guide is most appropriate for ages 8 and above.
The NYUAD Art Gallery Teen Council invites you to interact with the current exhibition, 'Khaleej Modern: Pioneers and Collectives in the Arabian Peninsula,' in its final week with a curator-led tour on Saturday, December 10, at 4 PM, followed by an art-making workshop inspired by the styles and techniques that the artists on view used.
NYUAD LitCW and Theatre programs present a talk by Dr. Arshia Sattar, acclaimed translator of the Ramayana.
Join The NYUAD Art Gallery's Associate Manager of Curatorial Projects, Tala Nassar, for a tour of the ongoing exhibition 'Khaleej Modern: Pioneers and Collectives from the Arabian Peninsula.'
Performance by Boom.Diwan, a collaborative jazz ensemble that is inspired by Kuwaiti seafaring music.
The event series is sponsored by NYUAD Art Gallery and part of the programming around the Gallery‘s current exhibition “not in of along or relating to a line."
Join a conversation with Professor David Wrisley (NYUAD Associate Professor of Digital Humanities), and Maryam Al Hamra (Director and Head Researcher of the AlHamra National Museum, located, invisibly, on AlHamra).
a community conversation with six founders: Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, Antonia Carver, Sunny Rahbar, Munira Al-Sayegh, Rami Farook, and Maya Allison, co-moderated by Bana Kattan
A virtual reunion with the art collective Slavs and Tatars and Anthony Downey
A virtual studio visit with Diana Al-Hadid
A Curator-Artist Reunion with Bana Kattan, Scott Fitzgerald, and Heather Dewey-Hagborg.
a Zoom Gathering with artists of the first generation of the UAE’s conceptual, experimental art scene
a zoom roundtable with artists Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti, and curators Salwa Mikdadi and Bana Kattan, moderated by Maya Allison