The third edition of the summer programme, organised by the Qatar Museums in co-operation with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has come to an end.
A group of 15 students from various secondary schools across the country participated in workshops led by experts and artists, the official website of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education said.
The workshops helped participants horn their skills and artistic talents in drawing, colouring, printing, sculpture making, animation and photography.
During the first week, students attended technical workshops in using Stop Motion and animation and they were given training in 3D animation technology, lighting technology, color theory and screen colours. During the second week, sessions were held in drawing imaginary objects.
Renowned artist Salma Awad taught the participants how to make use of the latest technology in drawing.
Artist Paul Valentine, who attended the programme in third week, taught the students techniques of making pictures on wooden boards while artist Noor Bano led a workshop titled ‘introduction to embroidery’.
In the final week, Khalifa al-Obidli, director of Director of Artist in Residence at Qatar Museums, led a two-day photography workshop that helped students learn basics and various features of the art.