Qatar Museums (QM) on Sunday announced the artists selected for the 2019-2020 season of the Fire Station: Artist in Residence programme.
Qatar Museums (QM), under the patronage of chairperson, HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, hosted a meeting with teachers at the Fire Station as part of its efforts to make its cultural resources available to teachers and students in Qatar.
Some 81 masterpieces will be showcased at the “Russian Avant-garde: Pioneers and Direct Descendants” exhibition from December 4 to February 3, 2019, marking the end of the Qatar – Russia 2018 Year of Culture, it was announced.
The Fire Station hosted an ‘Open Studio’ night on Monday, giving the public the chance to meet the 18 artists currently participating in the highly successful Artist in Residence programme.
Qatar Museums’ (QM) Fire Station: Artist in Residence, an initiative designed to grow the next generation of artistic talent in Qatar, has announced that a sixth Qatari artist will be joining its prestigious Paris Residency Programme.
Fire Station’s director Khalifa al-Obaidli said local artists even used art to mark the 100 days of the blockade which included creating graffitis around the Fire Station’s walls.
A panel of judges will evaluate applications and choose “the most distinguished applicants” in the country.
Following the successful completion of a prestigious residency programme at the renowned Cité internationale des Arts in Paris, Qatari artist Abdulla al-Kuwari has opened a solo exhibition ...
Young Qatari painter Abdulla al-Kuwari has been selected to complete a three-month residency programme at the renowned Cité internationale des Arts, Paris, one of the biggest and most important art residencies ...
Qatar Museums’ (QM) Fire Station has successfully completed its first residency programme in Paris, under the patronage of its chairperson HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani.