Tag: arts

Filmmaking Rebels

Filmmaking Rebels

7 Mar, '062 Comments

Ok, I got fed up waiting for the board of the Bahrain Cinema Club to respond to my proposal to start a videography/filmmakers group under their auspices, so I’m going it alone, starting immediately. If you would like to join, register at the Rebels site. Is your video camera ready? There are so many devices […]

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Cultural and Culinary Bloggers’ Meeting

Cultural and Culinary Bloggers’ Meeting

7 Mar, '064 Comments

This is a reminder of our meeting tomorrow night, please make sure you attend. Location: Dar Al-Bareh Art Gallery Cafe, Adliya Time: 7.30pm Date: 8 Mar ’06 Price: approximately BD 5 per head (yes, we’re actually having dinner this time!) The agenda is: 7.30: Welcome and introductions. 7.45: visit the Contemporary Huroof Art exhibit at […]

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Spring of Culture

Spring of Culture

26 Feb, '067 Comments

This is the first time that I remember something like this is to happen in Bahrain; a month packed with cultural events: music, poetry, dance, art exhibits and theatre all happening back-to-back in breath-taking venues all around Bahrain. I will do my best to attend as many as I could, especially the Jazz, Tango Flamenco, […]

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Al-Fanan’s Radio

Al-Fanan’s Radio

18 Feb, '065 Comments

Listen to Hashim Al Alawi’s original music compositions. Music that touches your soul and takes you to another world. A beautiful mixture of Arabic, Ambient, and Experimental music brought to you directly from the Artist himself. I’ll be posting some of my music here, you’ll find clips from my previous two albums, Desert Beat and […]

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The Challenge

The Challenge

18 Sep, '0510 Comments

We’ve just come back from the opening ceremony of my father’s exhibition at Dar Al-Barih Art Gallery in Adliya with a renewed sense of awe. Although we have lived with his art throughout our lives, and have come to take his paintings as something rather normal, seeing 36 of his recent block-prints hung in the […]

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