Qatar Museums (QM) has signed several Memoranda of Understanding with local entities working on advancing Qatar’s creative landscape, activating its creative space at M7.
HE Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser al-Ali said that the rise of nations and civilisations lies in their identity but the risk comes from not recognising their "deeper identity", as he spoke at the launch of Qatar Foundation's Education City Speaker Series Bel Arabi.
In its continued efforts to raise awareness of initiatives driving Qatar’s sustainable future, Qatar Museums (QM) has launched Menthaar, a year-long programme to introduce Culture Pass Plus and Culture Pass Family members to projects in Qatar that are working towards building a better tomorrow.
HE the Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanim bin Nasser al-Ali honoured yesterday the directors of youth centers and committees that participated in the third Qatari Youth Forum and the winner of the first places, during a ceremony held at Qatar National Theater.
Qatar Al Fann, an exhibition featuring functional art and highlighting Qatari art and culture by local artists, got underway at Doha Fire Station Art Gallery 4 on Tuesday and will run until October 27.
As part of its continued mission to take art beyond four walls, Qatar Museums (QM) will host Fannek, a month-long public art initiative that provides a gateway for the museum’s Culture Pass members to explore the country’s public art scene through tours, talks and workshops.
The first phase of the training workshops for the Life Skills and Citizenship Education Program started by using remote communication techniques.
The Ministry of Culture and Sports will implement its strategy to create an active cultural, sport and youth movement that forms a framework for the society to uphold its national identity ...
The Supervisory Committee of Beautification of Roads and Public Places in Qatar at the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) ...
Ethiopia's government on Thursday assumed custody of a priceless 18th-century crown that a former refugee had kept hidden in his apartment in the Netherlands for two decades.