Dubai

The Jam Jar

Centre ArtistiqueThéâtre

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Founded in 2005, thejamjar is a creative space that works to promote artists and support the development of Dubai’s arts scene through its extensive arts programme, educational initiatives, and community projects. The 4000 sq. ft. studio and gallery offers the region’s first Public DIY Painting Studio alongside a year round exhibition and events calendar presenting a diverse range of art forms, including visual art, film, music, theatre and more.

thejamjar has moulded itself to the needs of the community and prides itself on making art accessible to all creating a platform for dialogue and interaction amongst like-minded individuals, artists, writers and creators.

Included in thejamjar’s extensive portfolio of services is art consulting and events organizing for private and public art projects involving professional artists, collectives, schools, universities, non-for-profit and corporate organizations. thejamjar is also the creator and driving force behind ArtintheCity, an initiative committed to promoting arts in the region, and encompasses the Art Bus, www.artinthecity.com, and the publication of the UAE’s ArtMap.

St. 17a, Al Quoz 3 - Community 368 - United Arab Emirates
+971 4 341 7303   +971 50 349 4172   +971 4 341 7304 (Fax) ‎ thejamjardubai.com

+971 4 341 7303   +971 50 349 4172  
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