ART CAMP 2021 | Around the world  

The Farjam Foundation is pleased to offer a variety of exciting programs to the community, in order to emphasize the importance of children’s art education with following the safety COVID protocols. This six-week programme will offer young children between the ages of 6-12 (divided in two groups 6-9 and 10-12 years old), the chance to be an artist for the summer, to take part in diverse learning experiences through worksheets and games, and practice a wide range of artistic techniques through hands-on art activities surrounded by rare and outstanding artworks from The Farjam Collection. Children will have the chance to discover art in all its varieties with weekly rotating activities in painting, collage, sculptures, calligraphy and photography.  

This year’s theme, “Around the World” invites young art enthusiasts to produce their own creations and boost their self-esteem by being inspired from their surrounding  environment enriched creative artworks on the walls. Participants will have the opportunity to view the exhibition on view, featuring renewed  artists from around the world such as Xavier Veilhan, Adriana Duque, Abbas Kiarostami, Paul Guiragossian and Hassan Hajjaj.

This year Art Camp runs from 11th of July until 19th of August for six weeks. Children can participate in any one, two, three, or six weeks and have the options to participate 2 days per week or 5 days per week. Sessions run from Sunday - Thursday, from 9am -12pm. 

What: A summer of art and crafts

Who: Children ages 6 - 12

When: 11 July to 19 August

Where: The Farjam Foundation @ DIFC- Gate Avenue

For more information and reserve your spot please contact: or call: 04 323 0303

Here's what some of the parents had to say:

·       "Thanks so much for giving my child a very enjoyable few weeks. He loved making daggers and helmets!"

·       "My girls really enjoyed their time with you all at The Farjam Foundation. Thank you so much for organizing such a fun and interesting summer camp. Had we not been leaving, the girls would have been happy to continue the whole summer!"