The Season’s First Art Nights @ DIFC’s Gate VillagePress Release 04 Nov 2013 09:28 am
Art Nights returns to DIFC’s Gate Village on 11th November from 7 -10 PM, inviting all art enthusiasts, families and finance professionals to come and be part of DIFC’s unique vibrant creative evening.
Over the years, Art Nights has become an integral part of DIFC’s diverse community. This flagship initiative plays a crucial role in promoting and supporting the arts and culture in the region, recognising the DIFC Gate Village as a key cultural hub. The upcoming Art Nights event will present a wide variety of activities including exhibition openings, live art, performances, film screenings, and music.
Audiences can enjoy music by award winning Break DJ Lobito, and open air performances by musician Rami Kayyali who infuses jazz, progressive rock and oriental rhythms.
Ping Pong Dubai will engage visitors in a fun and interactive table tennis game, while graffiti artists also transform a Ping-Pong table into a work of art.
Ahead of the 10th edition of DIFF in December, there will be a special screening by Dubai International Film Festival and Art Dubai to showcase a series of short films which include a selection from the prolific filmmaker Gérard Courant, one of the most innovative filmmakers of our time.
For visitors who wish to enjoy all the attractions, Art Dubai has arranged a guided tour of Art Nights featuring gallery openings and special events. Visitors are advised to register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the very first time, a partnership with Uber will allow visitors to enjoy free transportation to and from the DIFC. The innovative smartphone application can be downloaded by individuals who wish to request a ride by simply using the promo code “ArtNights”.
As the evening winds down, guests are invited to canapés and drinks provided by The Ritz- Carlton, DIFC and experience the exclusive design furniture provided by Catertainment whilst listening to the electric sounds of Resident DJ, Break DJ Lobito.
Art Nights @ Gate Village is free and open to the public.