Explore Your Creative Side this Ramadan At MUSE’s Art Classes

MV+ News DeskFebruary 17, 2024

In the spirit of Ramadan, the arts & crafts store, MUSE, is opening its doors to creative enthusiasts. Their upcoming Ramadan art classes promise to be a creative outlet during the blessed month, providing a comfortable learning space for adults and kids to express themselves artistically.


The classes targeted for adults (aged 18 and above) will span from 12th March - 7th April, with classes held on Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm at MUSE - situated at G. Alifashuvi Aage, Dharumavantha Magu, Male’ City. 

Likewise, art classes for kids (aged 5 - 8 years old) will be held during the same period in Ramadan from 3:15 - 4:15 pm, Sunday through Thursday.

Limited spots are available, so art enthusiasts are encouraged to secure their spot as soon as possible. 

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The fee for the adult art classes is MVR1999 while the fee for kids art classes is MVR 999, inclusive of all the required materials.

In addition to the art classes, MUSE is also holding a Ramadan sale,where customers can get discounts on selected art products (in-store purchases.)

MUSE's Involvement in the Art Scene

Acting as a hub for the art community, the arts & crafts store has regularly hosted art classes and camps led by prominent artists, covering diverse mediums such as sculpture making, gold/silver jewelry crafting, and watercolor classes. 

MUSE has also shown strong support for the local art community. One notable highlight includes the 2022 art competition titled, “Through the Eyes of Van Gogh". In 2021, MUSE was the main sponsor of the annual Maldives Contemporary Art Exhibition, Unveiling Visions. 

The Story Of MUSE

Launched in 2021, MUSE stands out as an art haven in Male’ City. Carrying a diverse range of art supplies, MUSE features Australian brand Mont Marte, offering paints, pencils, charcoal, clay, canvases, and sketch pads. Adding onto that, MUSE also provides a platform for artists to showcase their works in the second-floor exhibition hall.

The owner, Ahmed Azmee (Baachy), expressed gratitude to his family and supporters, emphasizing MUSE as a collective dream turned into reality.