It’s quite unconventional for one to start a paper with a question, one that hasn’t been received well by many and is often a topic that stirs prolonging doubts. Raphael Rubinstein, a New York-based poet, art critic, and critical studies professor at the University of Houston, takes it upon himself to tackle the issue full on in his piece “Where Is The Audience for Art Criticism”.
It’s an event that showcases the preeminent of what Adliya has to offer, be it the art adorned streets, the atmosphere it creates that surely derives the cosmopolitan, and locals, and not to forget the endless memorable moments that you’ll capture with an abundance of pictures, videos, and posts that you will make across your social media accounts; The Nest Festival For Art & Design 2016.
You aren’t in any way comparable to anyone else. You see what others are blind to, you feel what people’s senses don’t, things tantalise your heartstrings, and those things could merely cease to exist to others. Everything is heightened to such an unexplainable extent. You’re different, and you should never forget that.
Running until the 9th of July, Malja’s Call Out ll exhibition is an open-concept based event in which artists can portray their art in all its forms, from music, paintings, and sculpting, to photography and writing.
The name befits the vibe you get, It’s safe, vibrant, and home like to the extent that the belongings present are mentally perceived as your own. Malja – A Red Bull Space in Bahrain, where creatives and like-minded individuals meet and elaborate on their artistic perceptions through music, dance, sketching, and even writing.
In an economy with cliché motives, be it in the business, medical, logistic, or even constitutional sectors, it’s quite hard to deviate from the current. It’s no surprise that your genuine artistic aspirations get turned down, nor is it a surprise that someone belittles you with regards to your creative profession.