Artists with Special Needs part of art exhibition in Dubai

A voting website will be launched in Dubai on the 17th of June 2009, where 40 artworks with the theme “Water” will be displayed. All 40 artworks have been created by artists with special needs from the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and the UAE.

Visitors can vote for their favourite work of art on this website; http://www.voteforbeautifulpeople.com. By placing your vote you automatically have the chance to win beautiful prizes. The 12 works of art with the most votes will be used for a coffee crockery set with the theme “Water”.

Mr. Saeed Al Nabouda, Chief Project Officer of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, shall officially open the website in the Dubai International Centre.

The website will be closed at the end of August, votes will be counted and the 12 winners will be announced on the 31st of October. Her Royal Highness Princess Haya of Dubai will announce the 12 lucky artists in The Grand Hyatt hotel. The Grand Hyatt is the starting point for the art exhibition displaying all forty artworks. From there on the exhibition will move to various locations.

Beautiful People is a social and sustainable coffee concept and works on behalf of artists with special needs. Beautiful People, a Dutch initiative, is also active in Switzerland and from October 31 officially in Dubai.

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