Dubai’s leading property management and developer wasl properties is celebrating creativity this holy month, with special Ramadan Art competitions that reward artistic flair with exceptional prizes.
The annual competitions welcome participation from all ages, with a painting challenge for children and a photography contest for adults, said a statement from wasl.
The entries will be displayed online and via Instagram, with members of the public voting and the wasl committee selecting the prize winners.
Zainab Mohammed, the chief property management and marketing officer, said: "We are delighted to be re-launching our annual Ramadan Art competitions, which aim to not only showcase and reward our tenants’ artistic talents, but also encourage families to enjoy enriching activities."
"We hope our competition will encourage a burst of artistic enthusiasm among wasl tenants and the public," she added.
The competition is designed for younger tenants of up to 13 years old, and is now into its seventh successful year. This year’s challenge is for kids to paint the true meaning of Ramadan.
To win the weekly prize of an iPad, artworks must be uploaded to the company website for voting by the public and judgement by the wasl committee.
At the end of the month, one winner out of the four selected over the course of the competition will be awarded the grand prize of a tuition scholarship of up to Dh25,000 ($6,804), said Mohammed.
For adults, wasl has launched the Ramadan Instagram Photography Competition, which invites any individual over the age of 13 – whether tenant or non-tenant – to share photographs expressing the true spirit of the holy month on Instagram using #waslRamadan2017 and mentioning @waslgroup.
Each entrant can upload an unlimited number of photos, and members of the public and the wasl committee will decide which lucky entrants will win the four Apple TVs that are up for grabs during the competition, she added.
A subsidiary under wasl Asset Management Group, the company manages an extensive real estate portfolio of over 30,000 residential and commercial properties within Dubai.-TradeArabia News Service
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