Below the details of the programs that will be taught.
A website dedicated to this special event is live on https://me.lecolevancleefarpels.com.
We invite you to visit it to join the programs.
Special three-week program
L’ÉCOLE will offer a series of 20 courses, 6 evening conversations, 6 cinema sessions and 4 exhibitions at Hai d3 in Dubai Design District.
A la carte program of courses and talks, accessible to everyone with no pre-requisites, inviting the public to learn about the savoir faire of jewelry-making techniques, the world of precious stones, and the art history of jewelry, guided by leading experts.
All of the instructors will travel to Dubai from Paris and will teach the same programs offered at L’ÉCOLE in Paris.
Registrations on me.lecolevancleefarpels.com by mid February
The second edition of L'ÉCOLE in the Middle East presents, in partnership with Cinema Akil, a series of 6 animated outdoor screenings which prominently featured jewelry. A stunning terrace overlooking the Dubai skyline.
Registrations on me.lecolevancleefarpels.com by mid February, for free
Four exceptional exhibitions that call attention to the many facets of the jewelry arts:
Hidden treasures: Jewelry from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
A pioneering attempt to highlight the myriad influences that animate design repertoires across the Arabian Peninsula, with sterling examples of jewelry from the Art of Heritage Collection (AOH) at Riyadh.
Pearl merchants: A rediscovered saga, between the Gulf & France at the dawn of XX Century
Thanks to an historical research about the trading of natural pearls between France and the Middle East, this exhibition presents a chapter in the history of jewelry forgotten up to now.
Precious Art Deco Objects from the Collection of the Prince and Princess Sadruddin Aga Khan
A selection of precious boxes that represent incredible masterpieces of inventiveness, creativity, fantasy, skills and technical prowess.
The fabulous destiny of Tavernier’s diamonds
Science and history in a display of replicas of 20 exceptional diamonds sold in the 17th century to the French King Louis XIV, with the exhibition
No registration, free access everyday