Art Bus returns to Dubai

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ArtintheCity’s ArtBus returns from March 17 – 19, in partnership with the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate’s dedicated Authority for culture, arts, and heritage, and under the portfolio of Dubai Art Season 2016.

Now in its 10th year, the ArtBus offers passengers a diverse view of Dubai’s arts and culture scene, with three routes each taking in a distinct arts area in Dubai. The ArtBus commission initiative offers locally based artists the chance to work with a unique exhibition format, whilst also enabling them to reach a wide audience across Dubai.

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The ArtBus will depart from the first roundabout at Souk Madinat Jumeirah at 10am and return at approximately 5-6pm where passengers will have the opportunity to visit Art Dubai.

Al Quoz Route

Galleries included in the route are: 1×1 Art Gallery, 8th Street Studios, Ayyam Gallery, Carbon 12, The Cartoon Art Gallery, The Courtyard Gallery, Custot Gallery, Elmarsa Gallery, Fn Designs, Gallery Isabelle Van Den Eynde, Gallery Ward, Green Art Gallery, Grey Noise, Gulf Photo Plus, Impress Gallery, JAMM Art, thejamjar, Khak Gallery, La Galerie Nationale, Lawrie Shabibi, Leila Heller Gallery, The Mine, Mojo Gallery, Mottahedan Projects, Salsali Private Museum, Showcase Gallery, The Third Line, Total Arts, Yadawei Pottery Studio.

DIFC Gate Village, Dubai Design District & Downtown Dubai Route

Galleries included in the route are: Andakulova Gallery, Ajyad Gallery, Art Sawa, ArtSpace, Ayyam Gallery, Citizen E Gallery, Cuadro Fine Art Gallery, Cube Arts, Dubai Photo Exhibition at d3, East Wing, The Empty Quarter, The Farjam Foundation, Gallery Ward, Opera Gallery, RIRA Gallery, Sconci Art Gallery, Tashkeel.

Jumeirah & Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood Route

Galleries included in the route are: Art Connection, Beautiful People from Mawaheb, Dubai International Art Centre, Dubai Moving Image Museum, DUCTAC, Fann A Porter, The Majlis Gallery, Noon Art Gallery, Pro Art Gallery, SIKKA Art Fair, Tashkeel Bastakiya and the XVA Gallery & Art Hotel.

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