Artists Roby King and Yunsun Lee to represent Indefinite Arts Centre in Dubai

We are less than two months away from our next global initiative in Dubai! Thanks to the generous support of Canada Council for the Arts and Global Affairs Canada, we are not only sending our artists’ works to be on display in the historic district of Dubai in partnership with our sister organization Mawaheb as well as the Dubai International Airport, but we are also sending two of our artists to participate in a cultural exchange and immersion experience!

We’re pleased to announce that artists Roby King and Yunsun Lee have been selected to represent Indefinite Arts Centre and take part in this once-in-a-lifetime experience in Dubai.

Artist Roby King with his work Ghost Riders in the Night.

Roby has been a longtime artist at Indefinite Arts Centre and has had his works exhibited in various venues locally and overseas. He also completed his first residency at the Leighton Art Centre last fall.

Artist Yunsun Lee with her latest completed work Lunarina.

Yunsun joined Indefinite Arts Centre last year and has demonstrated tremendous talent across multiple mediums. Thanks to additional funding received from the Government of Alberta and from friends and supporters like you, Yunsun came off our long waiting list to be one of 52 new artists joining our roster.

If you support Indefinite Arts Centre’s work in supporting artists like Roby and Yunsun reach their fullest potential, please consider making a donation today.

Canada Council for the Arts is a generous supporter of our 2019 International Exhibition + Exchange initiative.
Global Affairs Canada, through the Consulate General of the United Arab Emirates, is a generous supporter of our 2019 International Exhibition + Exchange Initiative.

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