Anhar: Culture and Climate Platform is a a three-tiered programme by Art Jameel and the British Council, which invites artists, creatives, collectives and institutions based in the Arab world to submit proposals that engage with the climate emergency — from practitioners making new work and supporting community projects through to grassroots institutions actioning practical solutions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Teible is a Michelin Green Star artisan bakery and upscale local seasonal dining concept located at Jameel Arts Centre, Jaddaf Waterfront. The creek-side eatery uses fresh seasonal produce to create an eco-conscious and delicate tasting menu, featuring experimental items and underpinned by a farm-to-fork philosophy
Art Jameel is part of a network of 27 arts organisations who have come together to form the World Weather Network, who together run a ground-breaking constellation of ‘weather stations’ located around the globe.
For his Artist’s Garden commission, Bo choreographed a dance with two human dancers and a Samur tree growing in the Mleiha desert in Sharjah as a way to understand and reconnect with the land and the tree. The performance is presented here as a film installation, presented at the Jameel, set within a landscape of indigenous plants that thrive in the desert
Art Jameel’s centre in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s coastal city, is free and open to all! Alongside the museum Hayy Arts, the education platform Hayy Learning and Hayy Studios is Hayy Cinema, Saudi’s first independent audiovisual centre. Fenaa Hayy, a multi-purpose space for performances, workshops and talks opens onto Saha, a central community courtyard. Art Jameel is joined by Hayy Residents – a set of pioneering, homegrown creative enterprises that range from contemporary art and design to publishing, culinary institutes, new cafes and eateries.
Through a wide range of learning opportunities dedicated to children, teenagers and students, the various upcoming workshops and tours offer space for deeper engagement with the Centre’s exhibitions.