Qatar Museums announces 'unprecedented' cultural developments for fall 2022
June 29 2022 10:59 PM
ELEMENTAL, Art Mill Museum conceptual design view from the south (Doha, Qatar), 2022, digital render
Qatar Museums announces 'unprecedented' cultural developments for fall 2022

Doha

* 'Reimagined and reinstalled' MIA to open in October
* Qatar's largest ever exhibition programme across eight museums and galleries
 
Qatar Museums (QM) Wednesday announced a wide-ranging series of cultural initiatives in fall 2022 that confirm the nation’s position as a preeminent arts and culture destination in the region and internationally.
The programme will begin in September, with exhibitions remaining on view into 2023. The announcement follows the recent transformation of Qatar Creates from a limited period of events into a year-round national cultural movement that curates, promotes and celebrates the diversity of cultural activities in Qatar.
Anchoring the cultural programme is the opening in October of a completely reimagined and reinstalled Museum of Islamic Art (MIA), designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I M Pei, a celebrated landmark in the heart of Doha. The MIA will present its collection in completely new thematic interpretations to engage with audiences both local and international. It will also include a new family trail.
Accompanying the reopening of the MIA is a wide-ranging programme of exhibitions across eight museums and galleries in Doha. These include 'Baghdad: Eye’s Delight' at the