happenings this month Local artisans will be showcasing their products this weekend
Local artisans will be showcasing their products this weekend
Updated on 27 July 2017

If mass-produced items don’t impress you…you’ve come to the right page. This is where you’ll get all the information you need about Arte, The Makers’ Market. The pop-up will be held at Times Square Center tomorrow between 10am and 6pm. Visitors will have the opportunity to buy original, unique and handcrafted product made by artisans in the UAE. These include fashionwear, jewellery, skincare products, vintage items and accessories. www.arte.ae

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