‘View from my window’ is online on Selfie TV

‘View from my window’ an online photography exhibition, displaying the works of 66 photographers from around the world is now live on Selfie TV

We want to thank everyone who participated in this incredible initiative and became a part of our story telling. We also would like to express our gratitude to all the media houses and bloggers who shared our story and gave it a voice!

Thank you to our partners Selfie TV and Bhavika Makwana for their support.

“View from my window” an online exhibition with a different view

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Farah Khan

An online photography exhibition launching on 27th of June 2020 on www.selfietv.co

UAE’s leading online channel Selfie TV and W2W events & PR have conceptualized an online photography exhibition “View from my window”.

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Birjees Hussein

The show includes images submitted from 66 photographers from around the world, the countries represented in the show include, Australia, Canada, India, Pakistan, Sudan, Singapore and UAE.

Rohika Kataky

The photographs are weaved together in a 4min: 30sec video format with original poetry by Zareen Khan added to make the experience more engaging for the viewers.

Time stood still

As our lives changed overnight

The days turned in to weeks and the weeks melted in to months

We waited patiently as time flew by

We kept looking out for a sign

And out of no where one day

We turned around to take a look inside

For once, we didn’t just look, we actually began to see

The view from our window had begun to change

With every sunrise and every sunset came a promise of hope

As the clouds dispersed

For the sun to shine through

We saw our city like never before

We witnessed the power of nature with so much awe

As we tended to our plants

Our souls began to heal

As we nourished our bodies

And indulged in play

We began learning new skills

As we stretched out the realm of our minds

For once, we had the gift of time

As the light we searched for, lit us from within

The darkness around us began to fade

Together we stood still but our world began to move

As the view from our windows began to change

We were still us but we no longer could remain the same


Shabana Skeikh 

“The concept of sharing views from people’s windows came amidst the global lockdown of many countries; where everyone was limited to the views from their windows and people found creative ways to find inspiration. We were pleasantly surprised to receive images from around the world and are so happy share them on our online channel for everyone to view!” says Sahar Mahmood – Founder of Selfie TV

Zainab Malubhai 

View from my window is possible because of the following photographers, who have generously shared their images; Dilnawaz Sheikh, Habib Ullah Qureshi, Mirza Waqas, Farhan Malvankar, Mahima Mehta, Dharmangi Bhatia, Cornell Thomas, Kittu Motwani, Mackline Martin, Feroz Khan, Sana Shamshad, Ammara Rafat, Varsha Sureka, Farah Khan, Renuka Menon, Noor Al Ain, Birjees Sarwat Hussein, Rashida Raj, Sandhya Rajan, Anand Kumar, Rohika Kataky, Zainab Malubhai, Mariam Shamshad, Sonia Jhaveri, Zoonie Dar, Ahmed Mughal, Dima Malakeh, Jyoti Kalsi, Navita G. Hakim, Pratibha Jain Mathur, Junaid Dar, Humza Aslam, Mahwash Rehman, Vanessa Ferns, Nayma Yasir, Javeria Jamal, Aryaan Baig, Havra Hajoori, Supriya Singh Baghel, Amarjit Singh, Bhvika Makwana, Chitranng Chauhan, Faizaan Saeed, Jehan Ali, Shreya Doshi, Mary Paulose, Zayed Beig, Shereen Khan, Devika Menon, Anupa Thomas, Sanyukta Krishna, Dr. Preet Shah, Farheen Sheikh, Veena Bala, Anandu V R, Nithya Purushothaman, Nisha Purushothaman, Ashar Hussain, Chris Calumberan, Jolly George, Kalyan Chakravarthy, Madhura Rajendra, Karuthedath Govindan and Shabana Sheikh.

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The Video will be posted on Saturday 27th of June on www.selfietv.co and on youtube channel: @selfie Tv



“Raffu” an unconventional Urdu play from Dubai!

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Dhruti Shah

 “Raffu – Aik Lamtnahi Dastan (Story of Infinity)” makes its debut at The Junction, Alserkal Avenue on Friday, 13 & Saturday 14 March 2020 – at 7:30 PM on 13 March, and two shows on 14 March at 3:30 PM and 7:30 PM

Raffu (Urdu for Darning) is an inventive piece of writing by Dubai-based photographer-writer Durdana Farid that attempts to explore delicate human emotions. This play, in essence, is a movement against indifference – the voice of buried emotions that never get to be heard. It follows a successful run of the UAE’s most acclaimed Urdu play “Mian, Biwi aur Wagah” that enthralled audience’s with 17 shows worldwide (Dubai, New Delhi, and Karachi), Dubai-based performing artist Dhruti Shah is set to entrance the city’s ardent theatre enthusiasts with yet another originally devised directorial Urdu-language theatre production, “Raffu – Aik Lamtnahi Dastan (Story of Infinity).”

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“We didn’t host conventional auditions, instead we sat and had a chat with the aspiring actors; for Raffu, our search was not for good actors, instead we were seeking out good people who shared our passion for storytelling. It took us months to find all our actors and to our surprise none of them but one were native Urdu speakers. However, all of them were perfect for the roles and hence began our journey of learning and unlearning; It was very rewarding as a writer to be able to guide the characters with the language, together we overcame the struggles of learning the correct pronunciations intact with learning the right emotions behind the lines, with each passing rehearsal, I could see the growth and bonding of the actors with their characters.” says Durdana Farid

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“Raffu is a culmination of two-years of inner exploration and reflection, purging, personal journeys, ancient indigenous practices of understanding human wounds and developing the faculty of compassion. With our deeply woven process of arts, we hope to touch hearts and souls, and believe that our efforts will be paid forward, in order for us to be able to reach out to as many people as we can. We are humbly requesting for all the support we can get to spread the word and for as many people to come and experience this soulful play from Dubai!”adds Dhruit Shah

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Raffu is made up of eight strong characters that harmoniously weave an authentic story.

CIPHER: Containing nothing, it encircles everything – without a beginning, without an end, it stretches from emptiness to infinity and back again – Played by Nabila Ouanes, she is from Algeria.

BILQUEES: Symbol of sensitivity – played by Farzana who is from South India and probably has worked the hardest to learn and deliver her lines in Urdu.

KIMAYA: Mythical bird – alter ego and healer to Bilquees, symbol of hope and light – played by Vrinda – has no lines. She is the movement of the play.

Storyteller / universe / raffugar – Played by Dhruti Shah.

JUGNU: Lightworker / miracle worker – also known as the tree of scars illuminating as fireflies – Played by Johan D’souza.

MADHO: The scarred fool. A victim of delirium and madness stirred by the human race. A voice of conscience and vulnerability – a sacred clown.  – Played by Karan Hanj.

DILAWAR: Magician – symbol of a perfect ill sion and shadows –Played by Yasir Akhlaq from Multan, and the only actor whose native language is Urdu with Mother tongue being Punjabi and Saraiki.

AMMA: Madho’s mother – symbol of past / childhood scars / stifled wounds – played by Falaq Tahir from Kashmir.

Raffu is jointly conceptualised and developed by Dhruti and Durdana, the play is a highly sensorial drama on the universal landscape of human emotions, and utilises an unconventional form of storytelling through theatre as a medium, inviting the audience to awaken their imagination while seamlessly move into the language of metaphors, mystery, and perhaps, the unknown. The play’s language is Urdu. However, it is a story of human emotions. The message of the play is an attempt to launch a movement against the indifferences ingrained into each and every one of us. The shows are on 13th & 14th of March at the Junction Dubai, tickets are priced at AED 100 and are available on BookMyShow: http://bit.do/bookmyshow-raffu

 Show Timings:

– Friday, 13 March – 7:30 PM

– Saturday, 14 March – 3:30 PM and 7:30 PM

Gates open on Friday at 6:45 PM

Gates open on Saturday at 2:45 PM and 6:45 PM respectively

Run Time: 110-minutes (includes a 10-minute interval)

Language: Urdu


About Raffu:

Raffu is an honest attempt to lay bare the sensitivity of complex emotions we are often indifferent to. Its characters contain a fierceness which compel the audience to experience an inner journey that is personal both to the observer and the observed. What is reflected in each character has been crafted to awaken, and continue to unravel, what is buried within. Raffu is inspired and devised on the foundational philosophy of the ancient Japanese art form of Kintsugi. When a ceramic object breaks, you don’t discard or disregard its brokeness — you fill its cracks with gold, to illuminate the uniqueness of its tarnished beauty. The play transcends labels of positives and negatives, and instead firmly dives into unalloyed feelings and experiences just as is, without altering its natural course.


At the heart of it, we have woven threads of pathos and feeling into each character, that I wish in good faith the audience experiences catharsis along with them; to unravel the wisdom and healing of many untouched stories within. As in Kintsugi, Raffu is a symbol of the strength and beauty that lies in deep human scars.


Note to Editors: An experiential and absorbing meditation on the universal landscape of human emotions, Raffu (Urdu for Darning) is a sensorial storytelling phenomenon directed by Dhruti Shah and written by Durdana Farid. This 110-minutes Urdu language performance piece invites the audience to awaken their imagination, and seamlessly move into the language of metaphors, mystery, and perhaps, the unknown.


Instagram page: @raffu.infinity

Facebook page: Facebook.com/raffu.infinity


For press and interview details, call zareen on +97152 7655525 / zareen@w2wevents.com

“Reflections” an Art Exhibition inspired by Surrealism


Reflections is a group Art Exhibition opening on 27th of February at Studio Seven Art Gallery in Dubai, UAE

“Reflections” aims to create a visual impact through art, as majority of the artists in this show are below the age of 15yrs old and the youngest being 5yrs old, this show is truly a compilation of their honest concerns and creative expressions; their Art Teacher Parul Parasramka passionately curated this exhibition in an effort to encourage and support the young talents of her class. The show opens on Thursday the 27th of February at 6:30pm and will run till 29th of February at Studio Seven Art Gallery in Dubai, UAE.


The exhibition will be graciously inaugurated by Lamya Tawfik a Dubai based Egyptian performing artist who is also a writer, translator, voice over artist, actress, and storyteller; she will be opening the students exhibition and sharing her personal experience about working in the creative industry; the opening night also includes a live Violin performance choreographed by Aanya Parasramka followed by poetry reading by artist and writer Samrin Zehra.


“The zeal, enthusiasm and the talent of my students truly inspired me to curate this show. There are so many areas of concern that our future generations are endangered with; the current show will also now include a Bushfire series, which recently destroyed so much of the Australian landscape and wildlife. We as a team would like to bring awareness in the society hoping to make a change and work towards building a safer and more protected environment. I feel the visual impact created through art has immense potential to change the way we think and that’s what we aim to achieve through our show REFELCTIONS” says Parul Parasramka.


The visitors of “Reflections” can expect to see vision of the youth, depicting their biggest fears, concerns, passions and feelings, the predominant themes revolve around, Technology, Digitalization, Loss art of reading, Climate change, Animal Cruelty and personal fears, all of which they have poured on to a canvas to using colours and textures to communicate. Apart from the 50 artworks on display at the exhibition by the artists, there is a live installation called “Magnetized” which all of them are working on together to produce.

This exhibition is open to the public and is free to enter, starting from 27th of February till 29th of February, on Friday the gallery will be open from 2:00pm onwards till 7:00pm on the rest of the days, its opened from 10:00am till 7:00pm.

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com052 – 765 5525


“Lal Kabootar” marks a new age of Pakistani Cinema

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Laal Kabootar” successfully screened for the first time in Dubai, followed by an interactive panel discussion on 29th of January 2020 at Novo Cinema, Ibn Battuta Mall

The Pakistani Action Crime Thriller Lal Kabootar was welcomed by roaring cheers and applause by the Dubai audience; this was the first screening of the Award winning film in the city; the screening included a live panel discussion with one of the young producers of the film, Kamil Chima and Mansha Pasha, the lead female of the film, the discussion was moderated by Shazia Ali Khan, the Director of “Pinky Memsaab”.

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Kamil Chima & Mansha Pasha 

“Its been such an amazing experience being here in Dubai, the city of Dubai plays a key role in the Film and was a perfect setting for us to tell our story, this city’s dynamic mix of cultures allows it to be a bridge to share & connect through films to a global audience!” says Co-Producer – Kamil Chima

“Being a part of a film like Lal Kabootar truly speaks volumes about the Pakistani Cinema, I think we are at the realm of change, this revival of cinema has offered us more access and freedom to explore versatile subjects and content, resulting in the making of high quality and content driven films like Lal Kabootar!” adds Lead Actress – Mansha Pasha

Ayesha Imtiaz, Kamil Chima, Mansha Pasha & Shazia Ali Khan

Lal Kabootar was bought to Dubai by Poetic Strokes, who continue to identify and promote talent, inviting artists, performers, musicians, poets, film makers from South Asia through stimulating events with the main objective of linking communities together through art, music, film, literature and more, contributing to the ever-evolving art scene in the UAE and wider Middle East.

Laal Kabootar has won the Best Feature Film Award at the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival 2019 and the Archana Soy Audience Award for ‘Best Feature Film’ at the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival 2019 in Seattle. It was screened, as an official selection, at the Washington DC South Asian Film Festival 2019, where Ahmed Ali Akbar, won the ‘Best Actor Male’ Award for his outstanding performance. The film has also been screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2020. The film has been produced by Harvard graduates, Hania Chima and Kamil Chima; written by Ali Abbas Naqvi and directed by Kamal Khan. Taha Malik is the music director while Danial Hyatt, provides the background score. The film also features Ahmed Ali Akbar, Mansha Pasha, Rashid Farooqui, Raza Gillani, Syed Mohammad Ahmed, Ali Kazmi to name a few. The film was released on 22 March 2019 in Pakistan and received critical acclaim from both the audience and critics alike.




“The Trend Setter” a Fashion Label with family roots! An exclusive interview with Co-founder Farheen Sheikh

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The Makeup Artist I was born and raised in Dubai. I have lived all my life here and been fortunate enough to get some great opportunities to explore my passion. I have been fortunate to have immense support from my family and friends, after graduating in Arts I instantly started working in the makeup industry with some international brands, such as Guerlain, Philosophy, Bloom, Tony n Tina, Paul Neuhaus to name a few. Due to my passion for makeup, it lead me to pursue CIBTAC diploma programme in Theatrical Media makeup; this experience truly changed my perspective and I learnt amazing makeup techniques that allowed me to further flourish as a makeup Artist.

The Zest for Fashion After completing my CIBTAC Diploma; I got incredible exposure which allowed me to meet some legendary makeup artists and led me to work on many Fashion Shows and shoots. It was working at the fashion shows that I began developing an interest in the Fashion industry and was the initial push for me to dabble in a Fashion line under the label Reenz back in 2009, leading up to a very successful Solo Exhibition of my work in 2010. My line included the formals in chiffon and laces and casuals in lawn and cotton . Since, my first line itself I kept plus sizes in different styles which was highly appreciated and I continue that sensitive approach to fashion in Trendsetters too.

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Sisterly partnership Our partnership for The Trend Setter really came about coincidentally; one fine day while I was organizing for my own upcoming exhibition; my sister in law Afshan, came up to me for some guidance and wanted to brainstorm some ideas regarding her label the The Trend Setter. In no time we felt like a team and things started to shape up. Since then on we have taken up, exchanged and shared responsibilities in ways which we now love to look back at and are still enjoying it everyday. Last but not the least we can’t complete our team without having to mention our all rounder support system Salman Sheikh, my brother who has been the supportive Man behind our success.

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The Trend Setter is a one stop shop that cater to modern women who wear modesty as their fashion label. It’s Fashion forward with a modest twist, we aim to represent how modesty can be a style statement and how it could be paired with show-stopping grace and elegance. We promote a different kind of fashion and we love to support and give back to our society. Our target is not sales, our target is to reach out to people.

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Advice for newcomers I feel women today are stronger then men. They are blessed with an ability of multi tasking. We are more forgiving ourselves, kinder to our needs and goals. Unknowingly, women are the main Trend Setter at home, to their kids and their community, a working woman is an inspiration to her own family. The key is to focus on a plan, get organized, and find the right balance between profession and parenthood. Keep dreaming and take one small step each day towards your goal and passion. Pen down your goals and set a target to achieve them. Never try to be someone other than yourself and let it flow organically.

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Insta handle: The_Trend.setter

“MAD” Mad About Dance opens New Studio in 2020


MAD event The second branch of the popular MAD dance studio all set to open on 30th of January 2020 at the Greens in Dubai, UAE

(MAD) Mad about Dance is all set to open its brand new studio on 30th of January at the Onyx Towers in Greens, Dubai. The popular dance studio MAD had opened its first branch in 2014 in Centrepoint Mall in Bur Dubai and since then has become an integral part of the active dance community in Dubai offering diverse dance classes that focuses on fitness, flexibility and fun for kids and adults.

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The new branch of MAD at Greens will offer Dance Fitness sessions, Bollywood Dance for Beginners & Intermediate batches along with a variety of Salsa, Latin, Ballroom and Bachata classes. Furthermore, the new studio will also be introducing Gymnastics, Ballet, and Hiphop classes.

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I receive messages time to time from clients sharing their stories and the positive impact MAD has made in their lives and their children’s lives; that, along with the motivation from my parents was the push for me to start up the new studio. I have been very fortunate to get support and encouragement to expand and naturally progress my dance studio!” says Mahima Mehta – Founder of MAD (Mad About Dance Studio)

The new studio’s choreographers for Salsa and Ballroom classes are the famed Duo Rajeshwari & Shannon who have choreographed for several Bollywood films including the recent Mira Nair’s next film with Randeep Hooda.

To learn more about the NEW MAD Studio:

Whatsapp 054-3531999

FB: https://www.facebook.com/madaboutdancedubai/

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & PR – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com+97152 – 765 5525



“The Vanishing Pole” a glance at the climate change crisis in the Arctic


 “The Vanishing Pole” an exhibition by wildlife photographer Nitin Michael

Canon in partnership with Nature Art Trails Institute will be hosting a one month exclusive photographic exhibition “The Vanishing Pole” showcasing the endangered wildlife in the Arctic region captured by the award winning wildlife photographer Nitin Michael from 12th of December 2019 till 11th of January 2020 at the Time Square Centre.


“The Vanishing Pole” explores the extreme climate change affecting the wildlife; this show depicts Nitin Michael’s collection of photographs taken during his recent expedition to the Arctic. Nitin Michael went on his first ever safari when he was 14 years old, and fell in love with wildlife instantly. An avid traveler and wildlife lover, Nitin has been an active contributor in the wildlife photography industry over the last ten years.


Hermis Haridas – Co Founder of Nature Art Trails Institute says,  “Nature Art Institute believes in telling stories through photographs; hosting Nitin’s work is a step towards sharing a devastating fact about our current climate crisis and how its directly impacting the wildlife. According to WWF, the Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet. The average temperature of the Arctic has increased 2.3 Degrees Celsius since 1970’s and at this rate in a few years, there may be no ice left in the Arctic Ocean!”


 “We believe that a photograph can speak a thousand words, we hope that the images of this exhibition will educate the visitors about the seriousness of Climate change and we hope that it will inspire the visitors to play their part in conserving our environment and opting for a more sustainable lifestyle”  adds Nisha Pururshothaman – Co Founder of Nature Art Trails Institute


The Show opens on Thursday 12th of December 2019 from 7:00pm onwards at the Time Square Centre in Dubai and will run till the 11th of January 2020. Hosted by Canon and Nature Art Trails Institute, which is founded by Award winning Wildlife photographers Hermis Haridas & Nisha Pururshothaman with a vision of bringing people closer to nature using photography & art as the medium to spread awareness and education about conservation.

About the founders of Paws Trails Explorers & Nature Art Institute:

Paws Trails is a global platform for wildlife conservation, photography, art and travel, initiated by two wildlife photographers, Hermis Haridas and Nisha Purushothaman, in 2015. It is now a collective dream of a group of dedicated nature and wildlife enthusiasts – you could call it a unique initiative from the UAE to spread awareness on wildlife and conservation through art and photography. With the growing concerns the world is facing, this is an initiative to transform the youth population to connect with nature and our surrounding environment, to make our planet a better place to live in.

Paws Trails started with international wildlife photography workshops, and in the last four years, has expanded to four verticals: Education, Tours, Events, and Publishing. Having started with two individuals, we now have a team of approximately 200, including but not limited to photographers, conservationists, and scientists volunteering with us on our mission.

In 2018, Paws Trails organized an international wildlife festival in Dubai along with National Geographic Abu Dhabi and Emirates Nature-WWF, which was the first of its kind of event that the Middle East had seen. We have also organized 18 international wildlife photography exhibitions in UAE, and by December 2019, Paws Trails will have published its 20th edition of its online bi-monthly magazine, PT Explorers. Finally, within its 4 years of its commencement, Paws Trails has completed more than 50 international wildlife photography workshops in various parts of the world, with an increase in its popularity.  Now is 2019 the founders of Paws Trails Explorers take a step further and founded “Nature Art Trails Institute” to continue their mission to educate and conserve.

Web: www.pawstrails.com


Instagram: PawsTrailsExplorers

Email:  pawsintouch@gmail.com
Mob: 055 521 5315

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com – 052 – 765 5525

“Retrospective” a solo exhibition by Art Noor at Studio Seven Art Gallery

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7 reveals in 7 days of this unique Art Exhibition by Art Noor opening on 10th of December till 21st of December 2019

Artist Aslam Noor also renowned as Art Noor is set to showcase a culmination of his artworks at “Retrospective” a solo Art Exhibition opening on Tuesday 10th of December and will run till 21st of December 2019 at Studio Seven Art Gallery, 803 Oxford Tower, Business Bay Dubai, UAE.

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Aslam Noor has spent more than two decades in the Art industry and over the years Art Noor has become synonymous with the spiritual element inspired by the 99 names of Allah that’s been prominent in his work; for the past two years, Burj Khalifa, has been showcasing his work in LED shows during the holy month of Ramadan, with an overwhelming response from the audience. The testimony of which is nearly two and a half million views of the video on Facebook and thousands of positive comments.

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“Studio Seven Art Gallery is truly pleased to host Aslam Noor’s incredibly innovative Solo Show, “Retrospective” this exhibition is unlike any other events in the region with not just having an opening day, instead this show has 7 events through the week offering constant opportunities for communication between the Artist and the art lovers to come together!” says Jamal Firozy – Director of Studio Seven Dubai

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Noor adds, “The spiritual and art journey have a lot in common. Both begin with a feeling, or a small voice within which prompts you. Both require surrender. The difference is that Art can be shared, via tangible means. It can translate into objects, sensory experiences, or even trigger off the new paradigms in thinking. With this ‘retrospective’ I am looking forward connecting and sharing. Because, we all a part of one creative consciousness, like the fragments of a big whole.”

At “ArtNoor Retrospective” visitors will get to see a wide genre of artworks that Noor has created, shedding light on the Artists Journey. For the first time a show has been so integrally planned to engage visitors through, Art Reveals, Art Talks and Art Quiz’s giving opportunities for people to win original artworks by Noor.


The exhibition will open on 10th of December till 21st of December 2019; there are Seven days within the span of the exhibition, that are shortlisted for Art Revelations, Art Talks and Art Quizzes.

On 10th of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Fattah” (The Opener) along with an Art Talk on the topic “Open Minds, Open Hearts” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “Open the Box”.

On 12th of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Khaliq” (The Creator) along with an Art Talk on the topic “The mystery of human creativity” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “Create the winning word”.

On 14th of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Badiy” (The Innovator) along with an Art Talk on the topic “The relationship of Art & Innovation” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “Dubai Innovation”.

On 16th of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Noor” (The Light) along with an Art Talk on the topic “Finding your way in the dark” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “Solve a navigation puzzle”.

On 18th of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Wadud” (The Loving) along with an Art Talk on the topic “How to do what you do with love” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “On Rumi”.

On 19th of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Baseer” (The All Seeing) along with an Art Talk on the topic “Art Appreciation” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “On critiquing Art”.

On 21st of December, there will be an unveiling of “Al Sabur” (The Patient) along with an Art Talk on the topic “We grow because we struggle” and an opportunity to win a painting by playing the quiz “Name five famous strugglers”.

All the events are open to public and free to enter, the revelations, talks and quizzes will be held from 7:00pm onwards on the listed dates; Retrospective opens from 10th till 21st of December 2019. Web: http://artnoor.com Insta: @art_noor

Studio Seven Art Gallery: 803 Oxford Tower, Business Bay Dubai, UAE.

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com – 052 – 765 5525


‘ALEPH – A Caravan Serai for South Asia & the Muslim World!’ (5th till 7th of December 2019)


Aleph Collective is proud to announce its flagship project, ‘ALEPH – A Caravan Serai for South Asia & the Muslim World!’ a series of pop-up events scheduled to take place this December at Al Serkal Avenue: Cinema Akil & Sima Performing Arts Centre, and Nasab Dubai. 


The events include a Qawalli night, an exclusive documentary screening & a listening party in collaboration with the regions biggest Podcast show, Kerning Cultures: 
What to expect at the pop-ups:

Focused on South Asia and the Muslim world at large, under the theme, ‘The Root of Everything’, the inaugural edition will be held in Dubai!

Be it food or ecology, heritage to public art, literature, films, theatre and music to tech & science, everything will come together to engage, have authentic conversations, collaborate, and create with the 195+ nationalities that we call community!

Come, be a part of our caravan!

For more details contact: rohadaud24@gmail.com