LitFest Director appointed IPAF Trustee

Dubai, 17 September, 2014: Isobel Abulhoul, Festival Director of the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, has been appointed a Trustee of the International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF). It is the latest in a host of honours for Abulhoul, who won the Distinguished Culture Award at the 21st Al Owais Creative Award earlier this year. […]

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#LEAVEYOURNOTE Book Donation Scheme Launched at Al Serkal Avenue

#LEAVEYOURNOTE, a first of its kind campaign in Dubai encourages the people and organisations to donate books of influence to what will become a permanent part of A4 Space, officially opening its doors on April 21, 2014 at 7pm. An area of 6000 sq ft, located in the midst of Alserkal Avenue district, boasting: free […]

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The Archive, Safa Park Dubai, Announces its Soft Opening on November 28, 2012 Dubai: In a Middle Eastern city where people of various cultures, backgrounds, and ethnicities come together seamlessly in a most modern and interconnected way, Dubai provides the perfect backdrop to experience culturally diverse and intellectually stimulating conversations about art and literature. The […]

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Update: Emirates LitFest Children’s Programme

DUBAI, 20 February 2014: The children’s programme of the sixth Emirates Airline Festival of Literature promises a diverse and exciting roster of events including free sessions during the two Education Days, author visits to schools, fringe events and a host of workshops tailored to children. The Education Days have been a mainstay of the Festival […]

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Emirates Airline Festival of Literature – first sessions sell out!

DUBAI, 4 February 2014: A number of sessions at the sixth Emirates Airline Festival of Literature have sold out within days of tickets going on general sale say organisers, who also announced a series of additional workshops to take place in the week-end preceding the Festival. The first sessions to sell out were the Quick […]

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Book launch – Contemporary Kingdom: The Saudi Art Scene Now

Set to be launched in February, this publication details key elements and practitioners who have contributed to art in Saudi Arabia over the years, establishing the country as a leading cultural centre in the region. In recent years, the art arena in Saudi Arabia has presented the world with reasons to label it as an […]

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Joint winners share 2013 Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation

For the first time the judges have selected two outright winning translators, instead of the usual winner and runner-up. Two enticing and finely translated novels, each in their very different way, captured the judges’ attention and passion, leading to the decision to share the prize this year. The prize is shared between: Jonathan Wright for […]

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