Atlantis, The Palm to host Dutch art expo
Dubai, June 13, 2012
Atlantis, The Palm, a leading entertainment destination resort in the Middle East, will be hosting a Dutch artists exhibition to help raise funds for the Dubai Autism Centre.
The event, to be held on June 20, will be inaugurated by the Consul General of the Netherlands, Hr. Van Spronsen.
“Atlantis is proud to host this world class art exhibition for the second consecutive year,” said Serge Zaalof, managing director of Atlantis, The Palm.
“The proceeds from the sale of the paintings will be donated to an innovative non - profit organization serving children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This is a fantastic project and Atlantis is proud to continue the outstanding relationship it has with the Dubai Autism Centre.”
Wietske Heijkoop, one of the organisers and a Dutch Artist herself, said, "For the second year we are thrilled to organise this spectacular event to raise money for the Dubai Autism Centre. 15 great Dutch Artists living in the UAE will showcase their art.”
“Besides that, they donate artworks to be auctioned for this good cause. The one-day event will be packed with special activities and we hope to raise even more money than last year. In short: a great cultural and noble event. Everyone is welcome!”
Mohammad Al Emadi, director general and board member of Dubai Autism Centre said: “We are proud that the organizers of the Dutch Artists exhibition have adopted the Autism cause for the second year.”
“They always work diligently to raise awareness and funds for the center. Their dedication and determination make us always look forward to be part of the event. We appreciate all of the involvement and support given by Atlantis, The Palm for this great cause.” – TradeArabia News Service
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