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Sanobar Sabah
Sanobar Sabah

Sanobar Sabah is a freelance writer based in Abu Dhabi. Her areas of interest include engaging with and writing about art and culture communities across the world.

PHOTOS: People of different nationalities join mats on International Yoga Day

Since the break of dawn on Thursday, March 21, men and women belonging to various nationalities, ethnicities and age groups have been converging on open spaces to celebrate the fourth International...

Spirituality meets charity for people of various faiths during Ramadan in UAE

Ramadan may mean piety and good deeds for Muslims at large, but non-Muslims aren’t far behind when it comes to observing the spirit of the holy month. They not only take this opportunity to...

PHOTOS: Abu Dhabi Grand Mosque community Iftar bridges cultures during Ramadan

In its decade-long existence, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (SZGM) in Abu Dhabi has carved a niche for itself as a cultural space of its own where residents and visitors of all nationalities and...

Arab women artists push activism boundaries with thought provoking performances

Arab female artists are increasingly using art as a tool of activism to raise socio-political consciousness. As part of this process, the New York University of Abu Dhabi recently hosted bold themes...

PHOTOS: Children swap uniform for costumes to raise funds for the needy

A large number of students belonging to Aldar Academies shed uniform for costumes to take part in a charity concert in Abu Dhabi last weekend raising over AED 40,000 for children in need. Organizers...

Has the UAE come of age as global hub of art and culture?

From Andy Warhol’s masterpieces to ‘Mandala Art’ workshops and ‘Islamic Geometry’, lovers and connoisseurs of art from various walks of life are getting access to all in...