The Cultural Foundation, managed by the Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi, opens a new pop-up café, Cake & Sprinkles, until the end of August.
The concept was inspired by Emirati artist Farah Al Qasimi’s exhibition “General Behaviour”, which is currently on display at the Cultural Foundation, Abu Dhabi’s cultural center. The multimedia exhibition explores the layers of multiculturalism and consumer culture in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) through photographic and video-based work developed from 2012 to 2021.
Cake & Sprinkles is the latest offering aligned with Abu Dhabi’s “Summer Like You Mean It” campaign, which is inspiring residents and travelers to explore many good experiences accessible in the destination. The pop-up is located on the first floor of the Cultural Foundation, open until the 31st August, serving a nice dessert menu of cakes, coffees, and ice creams.
Cake & Sprinkles also displays artworks curated from 25 UAE-based artists that showcase their love for sweets. There are also interactive fun zones, promising to be a summertime must-see for families and friends.
After trying some sweets and playing games, guests can visit the Cultural Foundation to explore its rich program of art exhibitions, educational installations, performing arts, adult and children’s workshops and classes, and Abu Dhabi Children’s Library.