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Islamic Arts Festival Returns on Dubai's Billboards on its 24th Edition, Exhibiting Various Traditional & Contemporary Islamic Arts

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Islamic Arts Festival Returns on Dubai's Billboards on its 24th Edition, Exhibiting Various Traditional & Contemporary Islamic Arts

Sharjah Islamic Art Festival (SAIF) has claimed its spot on Dubai’s OOH scene to kick off the 24th edition on December 15, displaying 248 artworks by 63 artists from about 27 countries.

The festival is under the supervision of the Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, may Allah protect him. The exquisite festival will be running for 40 days from December 15, 2021, to January 23, 2022, at The Sharjah Art Museum, Al-Majaz Waterfront, and Maraya Art Centre, among other venues all over the Emirate. 




This year’s edition is themed Gradation that alludes to composition, construction, and arrangement, and it's possible that gradation is the source of all creative processes. The campaign has a message to say, which is the announcement of the 24th edition of Islamic Arts Festival, written in a distinctive calligraphy Arabic font, revealing exhibit venues on appealing backgrounds.     

This campaign has shown up in the second week of December on Mega Com, Lampposts, UniPole, and Holding in Dubai and Sharjah.

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