Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development will celebrate the UAE National Day with special activities. Under the gidance of of His Excellency Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Culture and Youth and Community Development ministry has organised two exhibitions at Art Studio whilch are “Dream of Persia” exhibition and “Arab Emirates Eyes”, which will will remain open till the end of December.
The world’s largest and record breaking Fireworks Display will light up Abu Dhabi’s night sky also on 2nd December being an events organised by the Emirates Palace to celebrate the 37th National Day of UAE.
The fireworks will begin at 08.30pm lasting for 45 minutes, and will be visible along the Abu Dhabi Corniche and across the Emirates Palace Hotel Marina.
The hotel has also announced a breathtaking colourful line up of entertaining cultural, musical and artistic events in celebration of the UAE’s 37th National Day.
On the eve of National Day, 1st December, a unique laser show will light up the night sky commencing at 6.00pm. The show will run every evening until 3rd December.
Recognising the enduring achievements of the founding father of the nation the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, The Emirates Palace’s Dome will be hosting an exclusive public showing of an original painting of Sheikh Zayed by Roland Van Merbeck. The work will be on display until 4th Dec.
Time to Shine Abu Dhabi Vision to Reality painting and photography exhibition will be staged from 30th November through 4th December. International contributions from globally renowned artists will be showcased.
Taking the essence of the glorious day, the Emirates Palace will be displaying UAE’s biggest Greeting Card, a 7.5 meter high Card in the Dome.
The Greeting Card will offer both guests and visitors the opportunity to add their special greetings message to the card to celebrate this special UAE National Day.
Abu Dhabi Arts Culture and Heritage (ADACH) will be organizing a series of national concerts in the West Park over the period 2nd to 4th December, featuring celebrated artists such as Mohammed Abdo, Elissa, Hussain al Jasmy and Ahlam together with some of the most popular Arabic singers. The event is open for public.