Jameel Arts Centre offers diverse workshops to foster and encourage sustainable art practices. In this series of sustainably focussed workshops, families collaborate and learn to recycle everyday materials into tangible and symbolic artworks.
In this family workshop, textile artist Hanneke Reinalda examines the materiality of daily discarded waste, such as candy wrappers, brown paper bags and old fabric scraps, to turn them into textured artworks. We invite you to bring along daily discarded items to learn the process and value of reusing, reducing and recycling.
This workshop is suitable for families of all ages. No prior art experience is required. All materials and equipment are provided.
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Jameel Arts Centre abides by all Covid-19 safety regulations as per UAE law. Masks must be worn at all times. Further information about the measures can be accessed here.
Hanneke Reinalda, born in Haarlem, Netherlands, President of the Capital City Quilters of Abu Dhabi (2017-2020), is the current artist-in-resident at Art Studio, Manarat Saadiyat. Hanneke holds a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Chemistry/Biochemistry and has worked for 17 years in biochemical research at the University Hospital of Leiden. Hanneke went on to study textiles and quilting in the Netherlands and has taught arts and crafts workshops worldwide. More recently, Hanneke designed products for the Al Ghadeer Craft Organisation while preserving the traditional handicrafts of the UAE. She has won international and regional awards for her quilting, textiles and embroidered works.SEE ALL EVENTS