Al Bait Sharjah hosts heritage art exhibition

The exhibition will feature crafts created by Emirati women

The art pieces will be displayed around the hotel for a period of three months and will focus on the creations of both Crafts Dialogue and Design Labs
The art pieces will be displayed around the hotel for a period of three months and will focus on the creations of both Crafts Dialogue and Design Labs

Al Bait Sharjah is hosting an art exhibition that will feature crafts created by Emirati women. 

Starting from 28 October 2019, the exhibition is being curated by Irthi Contemporary Crafts Council. The initiative aims to empower women through art and guests can place orders to buy the pieces.

The art pieces will be displayed around the hotel for a period of three months and will focus on the creations of both Crafts Dialogue, a collaboration that pairs local and international designers to create collections that combine elements of Emirati and European culture as well as Design Labs, an art residency initiative that curate indigenous arts through the exchange of knowledge between regional and international designers.

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