Pullman Hotels partnered with IFDC to host "Artist Playground" in Dubai

The week-long event was held at Pret A Cover Buyers Lane, City Walk, Dubai

Pullman Hotels partnered with IFDC to host "Artist Playground" in Dubai.
Pullman Hotels partnered with IFDC to host "Artist Playground" in Dubai.

Pullman Hotels and Resorts recently partnered with the New York City-headquartered Islamic Fashion & Design Council (IFDC) to host Artists Playground galleries, a week-long event that ended on April 2nd, 2018 at Pret A Cover Buyers Lane, City Walk in Dubai.

The event was held to reaffirm the hotels’ commitment to the arts and to support the global art and design community, a statement said.

Commenting on the galleries, Pullman vice president, brand management Lilian Roten said the Artist Playground will be positioned as a special set of galleries where progress will be defined by effective strategies and immersive showcases.

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IFDC chairwoman Alia Khan said: "We are proud of the role we play in the Artists Playground partnership, which spans to a few areas, and includes seeking and nurturing design talent from the region, who we will invest in to develop greater opportunities for. This applies to artists and extends to designers, who we believe can work closely with artists to develop powerful creative work which we can support in positioning with effective business outcomes."

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