The tour and workshop take inspiration from the current exhibition Daydreams, the first major solo show of artist Fahd Burki. Burki’s playful geometric abstract works derive from his interests in fantasy, nature, contemporary popular culture and science fiction.
In this workshop led by artist Khalid Mezaina, participants explore the process and techniques of printmaking. With a focus on anime and contemporary pop culture, participants transform fictional symbols and figures into prints. Learning how to design, cut and produce single or multi-block foam prints.
The free-to-attend workshop is suitable for teens aged between 12-15. No prior art experience is required. All materials and equipment are provided.
This workshop is in association with The Dubai Saturday Club. To register for this event, please click here. Limited spaces are available.
Covid 19 safety regulations:
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.
Khalid Mezaina is a graduate of the American University of Sharjah and the Rhode Island School of Design. Between his two degrees, Khalid worked in the art sector as a graphic designer and project coordinator at the Sharjah Art Foundation and Tashkeel. Since 2018, Khalid has been a full-time artist and freelancer, focusing on illustration and textiles. He has participated in numerous exhibitions and residencies, and actively teaches workshops for both children and adults. Khalid lives in Dubai.SEE ALL EVENTS