7829، حي المحمدية، Jeddah 23615 4861, Saudi Arabia
Jameel Arts Centre dubai
Jameel Gallery Of Islamic Art, Cromwell Road, London, United Kingdom
Foustat Traditional Crafts Center, Ad Deyorah, Misr Al Qadimah, Cairo Governorate, Egypt
Jameel House of Traditional Arts, Al Dhahab, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
The Great Steward of Scotland's Dumfries House Trust, Cumnock, United Kingdom
Jeddah Sculptures, Al Kurnaysh Road, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Hayy Jameel is an incubator for creatives and entrepreneurs; it will bring together and nurture Saudi Arabian artists, playwrights, photographers, filmmakers, entrepreneurs and others, along with the enthusiastic audiences that support them. The 17,000-square-metre development is located in a popular mixed-use, north Jeddah neighbourhood, and is due to open in 2021.
Jameel Arts Centre in Dubai, is the first contemporary arts institutions in the city. Opened to the public on November 11, 2018, the Centre is located in Jaddaf Waterfront. The 10,000-square-metre complex is home to five gallery spaces and an open-access research library dedicated to artists and cultural movements of the Arab world. Jameel Arts Centre is open everyday except Tuesdays from 10 am till 6:00 pm. Visitors are asked to book a two-hour slot in advance of their visit. In accordance with UAE regulations, visitors and staff are required to wear a face mask and have their temperatures checked before entering the Centre.
The Jameel Gallery at Victoria and Albert Museum houses over 400 objects, including ceramics, textiles, carpets, metalwork, glass and woodwork, which date from the great days of the Islamic caliphate of the 8th and 9th centuries to the years preceding the First World War.
Launched in 2009 by Art Jameel, the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts and the Cultural Development Fund of Egypt, the Jameel House of Traditional Arts in Cairo is a major educational institute for the teaching of traditional arts.
Opened in 2015 in a traditional coral-stone house in the heart of the Old Town (Al-Balad) of Jeddah as a partnership between Art Jameel and the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts, the Jameel House of Traditional Arts in Jeddah is a major educational programme that focuses on traditional arts.
Currently under development on the estate of Dumfries House in Scotland, the Jameel House of Traditional Arts and Building Skills / Scotland is a fully-equipped, residential institute for teaching the traditional arts, set in the natural beauty of rural Ayrshire. It will be the largest traditional arts institute in the world.
In the 1970s, Jeddah’s mayor, Mohammed Said Farsi, initiated the ‘Jeddah Beautification Project’ and purchased more than 400 sculptures. The collection is one of the world’s most extensive focussed on public art. Art Jameel, in collaboration with Jeddah Municipality, decided to not only restore some of the sculptures but also to increase their prominence by creating an open-air sculpture museum, showcasing 20 works in a seven square kilometre park along the middle Corniche in Jeddah, known locally as ‘Al Hamraa’.