The Dubai Media City based PR agency has voluntarily undertaken to provide PR services for DUCTAC to help raise awareness about their lively calendar of events from September 2006.
Brian Wilkie, DUCTAC Founder & Project Chairman, commented “With Rawaj’s in-depth experience in the PR industry and known support of the arts in the U.A.E., they are the right partner to manage communications for DUCTAC. We are grateful for their generous support and look forward to an exciting partnership ahead”.
Lale Ansingh, Managing Director of Rawaj International said,
“We are delighted to be handling the communications for the unique and one-of-a-kind project in Dubai. We look forward to supporting DUCTAC and raising awareness about their invaluable initiatives in theatre, art and music with effective communication strategies. We have every confidence in the pioneering contribution that they will make to the arts in the U.A.E and are happy to play a small part in its future success.“
DUCTAC will consist of a 540-seat, 2 level theatre, a 150-flexible-seat studio theatre, rehearsal spaces for ballet, tap dancing, salsa classes, large & small art galleries, a music school, a lending library, a café, and 16 general and specialized classrooms/studios for art, sculpture, theatre, photography, creative writing, calligraphy and pottery. The long-term aim of the centre is to promote both Arabic and international art and culture in Dubai and the region.
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