The Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC) has announced the conclusion of a record-breaking 2019-2020 season for heritage sports/activities aimed at promoting and preserving the local heritage for next generations, with new records set and greater participation registered for various tournaments and events that promote Emirati cultural heritage.
The study, by Australian-Emirati archaeologist Dr. Michele Ziolkowski, "Fujairah’s Date Palm Gardens: A Preliminary Survey", is published by the Crown Prince of Fujairah, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Al Sharqi.
Jawaher Al Suwaidi, a designer, gives us an insight into how the creative process and the Emirati culture has shaped her work. It is vital to note that culture, and to whatever one feels belonging to becomes an influence on various spheres.
During the remote meeting, the programme approved housing support decisions and reviewed ways of improving the quality of life in residential communities, as well as the procedures related to its progress of work and the approval of a federal draft law on organising owners’ associations to protect houses.
Sharjah in known the world over for its cultural superiority and for the giant strides the emirate is taking in fostering reading at the regional and international levels. Bestowed with the honour of a World Book Capital, it truly lived up to its billings (“Sharjah wraps up achievement-filled year-long stint as World Book Capital, hands over title to Kuala Lumpur,” April 22, Gulf Today).
As the coronavirus has brought most aspects of life to a screeching halt, we take a look at the way the UAE art scene has managed to stay afloat by finding new ways to move forward during these difficult times.
As countries marked the World Youth Skills Day 2020, the UAE had a special reason to cheer. The youth have been getting all-round support from the leadership to win and shine in all spheres.
Sheikha Latifa visited a number of design spaces within the d3 community and met creative entrepreneurs and designers to discuss prospects for the design industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dubai Culture and Arts Authority is organising a virtual, specialised seminar under the title ‘Emirati Customs and Traditions,’ in cooperation with Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Cultural Communication and presented by Meera Al Falasi.