Nestled among the historic and contemporary buildings in Al Mureijah Square, cared for by neighbourhood residents and home to the area’s favourite cats, The Urban Garden embodies the ideal combination of nature and art in a collective communal space. Participants in this workshop will experience the welcoming environment of the garden as they collect plant cuttings and learn how to print them onto canvas and textiles. They will use the various printmaking techniques taught in this workshop to create their own artworks.
This session will be conducted in English and Arabic.
About the instructor
Asma Khoory’s practice revolves around themes of manufactured time, human relations and conversations, social ideologies and collective memory. In 2018, she was part of the fifth cohort of the Salama Bint Hamdan Emerging Artist Fellowship in partnership with the Rhode Island School of Design. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts with a minor in Curatorial Practices from Zayed University in 2017.
Registrations for this workshop has closed.
This workshop is free and open to the public.
For ages 13+