The ramadan 2024 program at 421 arts campus

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This Ramadan, 421 Arts Campus warmly invites visitors to continue embracing themes of community, reflection, and connection through a dedicated program of events. The program features a special Ramadan edition of the Khayal Series, offering storytime and craft sessions centered around themes of kindness, sharing, and family iftars throughout the holy month. Alongside this, we will also be hosting themed Suhoor activations that bring designers, artists and film enthusiasts for late night community-connections. Running in tandem with the Ramadan program are our current exhibitions, Network Culture and Hana El-Sagini: Counting Fingers


A detailed schedule of the Ramadan 2024 program is outlined below:


Khayal Series: Ramadan Storytime

Dates: March 9, 23 and April 5, 2024

Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 p.m. 

Open for families with children 6 and over.

Parents and guardians are welcome to join the session and support their little ones.

Free admission


Film Lovers’ Suhoor and trivia night

Dates: March 16, 2024

Time: 9:00 pm to 11:00 p.m. 

Open to ages 16 years and above.

Free admission


Writers’ Suhoor

Dates: March 28, 2024

Time: 9:00 pm to 11:00 p.m. 

Open to ages 16 years and above.

Free admission


Designers’ Suhoor

Dates: March 30, 2024

Time: 9:00 pm to 11:00 p.m. 

Open to ages 16 years and above.

Free admission


Hana El-Sagini: Counting Fingers

Part of the Artistic Development Program

On view until April 28, 2024

Gallery 1 

In this major solo exhibition, Hana El-Sagini presents a newly commissioned large-scale installation rooted in the instability and fragility of the human experience. The installation showcases over 200 fantastical ceramic objects, culminating in surreal sculptures and structures that replicate and reimagine healthcare spaces, such as medical waiting rooms, hospital corridors, and doctors' offices. 


El-Sagini is a participant in the 2024 cycle of the 421 Artistic Development Program, organized in partnership with The Institute for Emerging Art.


Network Culture

Part of the Homebound Residency Program

On view until  April 28, 2024

Gallery 2

This exhibition presents projects by participants in the Homebound Residency Program. Celebrating the work and explorations that took place over the course of the past three years, Network Culture includes projects by twelve participating artists and creative practitioners whose practices have evolved and extended beyond the parameters of the program. Network Culture is not only a celebration of the work produced during the program but also an acknowledgement of the importance of community in artistic practice.