DUBAI, Hala Badri, Director-General of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), viewed the creations of a group of distinguished talents from the Authority at the ‘Min - Ela’ art exhibition. The exhibition is held by Dubai Culture at Al Safa Art and Design Library and seeks to celebrate the artists.
This visit comes from Badri’s keenness to support creativity, motivate talents in the emirate and enable them to proceed on their journey towards excellence. Badri affirmed that the ‘Min - Ela’ exhibition is a chance for the community to be better acquainted with the Dubai Culture family through a talent showcase of some of the people who have the privilege to serve and safeguard the sector.
The exhibition provides the public with an exceptional experience to enjoy the charm and authenticity of Emirati heritage and art while also catching a glimpse of the diverse creative fields of family inclusion, and get to know some of the hidden talents that have been put on display for the first time.
Since its founding in 2008, Dubai Culture has worked on enabling and developing the cultural and creative sectors in the emirate as the custodian entity, based on its cultural responsibility towards Dubai and to help define it locally and globally. The Authority continues to celebrate and safeguard Dubai’s cultural heritage, with the overarching aim of positioning the emirate as a global centre for culture, an incubator for creativity and a thriving hub for talent.
Source: Emirates News Agency