Hala Badri During her visit to Sacha Jafri’s gallery at Atlantis, The Palm

Hala Badri During her visit to Sacha Jafri’s gallery

Hala Badri: ‘The Journey of Humanity’ embodies the spirit of Dubai in its creative and human aspects The visit is part of the Authority’s keenness to support cultural and creative efforts of all kinds. ‘The Journey of Humanity’ embodies Dubai’s spirit of seeking to bring the world together for the good of humanity. Celebrating creative talents and inspiring them to continue on their path of excellence and giving. The Director General of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Hala Badri, visited the Palm’s ballroom at Atlantis, The Palm to view ‘The…

Nakheel to host world’s top cyclists for UAE Tour 2021

Riders will descend on Deira Islands, Jumeirah Islands and Palm Jumeirah for Dubai Stage on 26 February Dubai, 23 February 2021 … Three of Nakheel’s most iconic master developments in Dubai will proudly host the world’s best cyclists on Friday, 26 February – Day 6 of UAE Tour 2021. The Dubai Stage begins at Deira Islands, Nakheel’s new, 15.3 square kilometre waterfront city at Deira, passes through the inland waterside community of Jumeirah Islands and finishes at Nakheel’s world-famous, flagship project, Palm Jumeirah. Nakheel is also sponsoring the UAE Tour…

Sacha Jafri and GEMS Wellington International School students  team up to help create the world's largest art canvas

Dubai, UAE: GEMS Wellington International School students are set to celebrate their roles as part of a world-record breaking artistic achievement after working alongside renowned artist, Sacha Jafri, to create the largest painting on canvas. The painting by Dubai-based UK artist, Jafri, measures almost 1600 metres squared, covering the entire floor of all four ballrooms at Atlantis  , The Palm, Dubai. It is expected to receive Guinness World Record recognition. Children from around the world were asked to submit their artwork around the themes of Isolation and Connection during COVID-19…

TMS Tanker Conference Date and Location Confirmed

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 4 April 2019, (AETOSWire): The Maritime Standard, the Dubai-based publisher and events organisers, has announced that the fourth annual The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference will be held on Tuesday 22nd October at The Atlantis, the Palm, in Dubai. This follows a successful move to this high-quality venue last year, which facilitated a significant increase in attendance. Aimed at influential decision makers and opinion formers in the tanker shipping and related business sectors, the one-day Conference will highlight regional and global trends in the crude, products and…