Free exhibition hosted at the capital’s French cultural centre

Alliance Française Abu Dhabi is holding an evening of art and food

Free exhibition hosted at the capital’s French cultural centre

Alliance Française Abu Dhabi plays a central part in the city’s French community, and it is inviting all residents to join them for a special evening.

The Welcoming Afternoon Snack event is designed to mark the opening of the exhibition Regards croisés sur les Emirats Arabes Unis or translated into English, Perspectives on the UAE.

Highlighting the cultural dialogue between France and the UAE, the collection features works from both French and Emirati artists.
Taking place on September 21 from 4pm to 6pm, the event is totally free to enter.

Hosted in partnership with Reflections Art Gallery, H.E. Ludovic Pouille, the French Ambassador in the UAE, will also be attending to mark the occasion.

This is the perfect opportunity to view a selection of great art, make some friends and learn more about Abu Dhabi’s thriving French community.

For more information on the centre and its events visit www.afabudhabi.org.

Free. Sep 21 4pm-6pm. Alliance Française Abu Dhabi, Villa no. 75, Street 32 (02 612 2900).

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