Traditional performances, exhibitions, and workshops at the 10th edition of Katara Traditional Dhow Festival provide an opportunity for the young generation to learn more about Qatar and the region’s history and heritage – outside the four corners of the classroom, prominent handicraft-maker Abdulla
Qatar’s maritime history, particularly the pearl, remains in the spotlight at the 10th edition of Katara Traditional Dhow Festival.
The Katara Traditional Dhow Festival has become a melting pot of artistic talent and skills, bringing together a number of visual artists in Doha and showcasing their works in an atmosphere that reflect Qatar’s rich history and culture.
The 10th edition of Katara Traditional Dhow Festival is set to take place from December 1 to 5 with the participation of Qatar and four other countries: Kuwait, Oman, Iraq, and Zanzibar (Tanzania), it was announced on Monday.
Folk songs, dances, and a display of traditional handicrafts related to the maritime culture and heritage of different countries have attracted large numbers of visitors
Katara – the Cultural Village is all set to host the 7th Traditional Dhow Festival from November 14 to 18, an event highlighting Qatar’s maritime heritage.