Dubai’s first street art and culture exhibition starts tomorrow

Expect workshops, limited-edition art and more at Urban Art DXB

Dubai’s first street art and culture exhibition starts tomorrow
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Following a record-breaking show earlier this year, World Art Dubai, is kicking off the season ahead of its April 2020 return, by launching Urban Art DXB in collaboration with Rove Hotels.

The weekend-long, free-to-attend street art concept has been curated by Vandalist Art – a famous street art gallery from London – and is promising to draw in a new era for street art within the region.

Taking place at Rove Dubai Marina from Thursday November 28 until Saturday November 30, the event will feature the work of some of the most acclaimed street artists from across the city – and the globe – including Enforce One, FINK 22, i-Pot, Maddy Butcher, Rayaan, Stainz and Pure Evil – to name a few.

In addition to street art displays, live workshops will offer wannabe-artists lessons on spray painting and stencil skills as local UAE DJs play urban, hip-hop beats in the background.

If you’re more a fan of wearing art, you’ll be able to get your garb customised with unique designs from expert artists and if you’re looking to start your very own art collection you can buy limited-edition and exclusive pieces, all at affordable prices, too.

There’s also going to be a load of food and drink deals including an all-day happy hour. Winning.

Click here to get your free ticket today.

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Free. Thu Nov 28, 6pm onwards; Fri Nov 29-Sat Nov 30, 2pm onwards. Rove Dubai Marina, www.worldartdubai.com.

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