Learn the rules, then re-write your own alphabet
This exhibition is a collection of art works created by 15 junior and senior-year students from the Painting & Printmaking program at VCUarts Qatar.
An exhibition by Siglinde Langholz that experiments how art, science, philosophy can co-compose as a collective engagement.
Cirque du Soleil is known throughout the world for its spectacular shows which feature gravity defying acrobatics, stunning set designs and outstanding costumes which combine technology, artistry and science.
Younès Rahmoun works across installation, drawing, performance and video to explore expanded networks of social environments and theological belief systems.
VCUarts Qatar's Commencement marks the culmination of years of hard work and dedication on the part of the BFA, BA and MFA graduates. Students, their families, friends, faculty and staff will come together to celebrate the accomplishments of VCUarts Qatar's graduates and rejoice in their venture into the professional life.
An exhibition featuring all graduating students from the BFA and MFA programs at VCUarts Qatar.
VCUarts Qatar in partnership with Nasser Bin Khaled and Mercedes-Benz is pleased to announce its 19th Annual Fashion Show "Pendulum". The fashion show is being held at The Westin Doha Hotel & Spa.
With the generous support of the Qatar Foundation, the Painting & Printmaking Department is proud to showcase the VCUarts Qatar Fellowship and the work of this year's fellow: Leekyung Kang.
Training Art Curators in the 21st Century
Istanbul Contrast: Defining a City through Fashion
Public Lecture: Giovanni Innella
The Gallery at VCUarts Qatar in collaboration with Tube Factory artspace will host an art exhibit focusing on Indianapolis-based poet and artist Mari Evans.
An Italian designer
This collection of work from artists Leekyung Kang and Austin Aviles utilizes both physical and digital techniques to transmit raw data in the form of sand, artefacts, photographs and 3D scans collected from field explorations of Doha, its surrounding deserts, and the digital resource of Google Earth into works that aim to embody an oscillation between Real and Unreal.
This exhibition transfers the audience directly to the humanitarian front and specifically inside the design studio LATRA Innovation Lab which is situated in a refugee camp in Lesvos, Greece.
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