Dubai – MENA Herald: Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Art Nights concluded with a spectrum of vibrant art and entertainment activities, created by some of the best art galleries in Dubai.
As a flagship event of DIFC’s cultural calendar, Art Nights has become an integral part of the Centre’s diverse community. The second edition of the initiative that ran on 9th November showcased live art performances by a San Francisco native, Saunders Hildreth, as well as ‘Rangoli’ folk-art by Noush Anand, and Emirati art by Khawla Al Falasi. Some of the well-known art galleries in Dubai leveraged the reach and popularity of the event to exhibit a mélange of inspiring art and photography.
Highlights also included live interpretative dance performances by the UAE’s finest award winning dancers, sporting activities such as ping-pong tables set up by Ping Pong Dubai, F&B outlets, nightlife venues with DJ’s, and live music in a contemporary urban environment.
The event drew a big number of visitors to the DIFC Gate Village, making it one of the most popular and well attended art events in Dubai.