Wednesday 4th May, 7pm at the Yarmouk Cultural Centre join us for an evening of classical piano and cello duets performed by Sahar Mulhem and Arzigul Akhmadieva
Monday 2nd May, 7pm at the Yarmouk Cultural Centre. Dr Aseel al Ragam an assistant Professor at the College of Architecture at Kuwait University will give a lecture Entitled "Creative Preservation and Adaptive Reuse" proposing an alternative planning approach that includes preservation as a core factor.
Since the new installation opened in the Andrews Gallery in late January 2015, there have been 105,323 visitors. Since the opening of the first installation in late January 2013 until mid-November 2015, there have been 349,618 visitors total to both galleries.
A new exhibition at the Amricani Cultural Centre On the Spanish influence in Islamic Art Click here for more information.
Yarmouk Cultural Centre
For more than 30 years, the DAI has been a beacon for culture and education in Kuwait, and now DAI has a new facility, at Yarmouk Cultural Centre. The new centre is the central hub for DAI’s upcoming Cultural Season 21, which will include a wide selection of cultural and artistic events.
Cultural Season 21
“The DAI promotes the fusion of people, cultures and ideas,” said NCCAL Undersecretary Abdulkareem al-Ghadban. “Our exhibitions do that by bringing together objects created by different people, in different places, from different periods and highlighting their shared humanity. This, our 21st Cultural Season features activities that do the same: through lectures, educational opportunities, cinema, theatrical and musical performances, workshops and special events.”
New Cultural Season 21 Children's Art Workshops
The new Cultural Season 21 schedule of events and workshops for children has just been published. Click on the image to look at all the activities available in this cultural season for you and your children to enjoy.
DAI staff Farah Khajah - PR coordinator and, Wafa Alfaraheen - Theatre Manager working on making the Yarmouk Cultural Centre a beautiful place.
Long Ago Zoo
Come and visit the Long Ago Zoo exhibition at the Amricani Cultural Centre. This exhibition was designed for children by children and showcases animals in all different media from various historical periods. First floor of the Amricani Cultural Centre. Opening hours Mon - Thurs 10-7pm and Fridays 2-7pm
Amricani Cultural Centre
Find us on the corner of Arabian Gulf Road and al-Shuhada Street, by the National Assembly Parliament building and across the road from Youm al-Bahaar. Opening hours: Monday – Thursday, Saturday: 10 AM – 7 PM; Friday: 2 PM – 7 PM (Sunday closed for maintenance).
Google Art Project
In the two years since we joined Google Art Project in April of 2013 the al-Sabah Collection has had 44, 930 visitors and over 668, 555 page views with visitors from 164 countries. Click on the slide to view the collection and explore Google Art Project.
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