6-14 October 2017

Videos

Curating Contemporary Design in the Middle East

Amman Design Week's 6-week intensive curation course 'Intro to Curating Contemporary Design in the Middle East" was the first of its kind in the region.

Joy Mardini: Curating for a Gallery

Joy Mardini of Joy Mardini Design Gallery gives insight into design practices in Beirut and the internationalization of Lebanese design through the participation in international design fairs.

Rawan Kashkoush: Curate, Produce and Repeat: Curating an annual exhibition

Rawan Kashkoush talks about Dubai Design Week's annual exhibition Abwab, its purpose and the effect of its diversity.

Junia Elli Jorgji: Design as Connector

Junia Elli Jorgji provides insight into how exhibition design acted as the facilitator to combining the Canadian and indigenous art history.

Huda Abifares: Connecting Heritage to Contemporary Culture

Huda Abifares shares her experience in curating exhibitions for different cultures and contexts over the past decade and what that entails.

Noor Al Dabbagh: Shifting Public Spaces: A Curator's Perspective

Noor Al Dabbagh shares her insight on the changing environment of exhibitions in Saudi Arabia and their shift into the public space.

Donna Loveday: Curating Fashion Exhibitions

Donna Loveday shares some of her experience in curating fashion and gives insight into the changing prespective on it throughout this past decade.

The Aga Khan Awards: Six Interviews with Jordanian Architects

The Aga Khan Awards: Six Interviews with Jordanian Architects talk by Farrokh Derakhshani, Mohammad al-Asad, and Ahmad Humeid at Amman Design Week 2017.

Making Almost Natural Things

Making Almost Natural Thing talk by Faysal Tabbarah at Amman Design Week 2017.