The Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) office in the Eastern region is organising a series of summer camps from July 7 until Aug 1, in keeping with its objective of encouraging creativity and fostering a culture of innovation in young generations.
The Emirates Science Club concluded the “Spring Course” programme with creative inventions and scientific ideas presented by tender-aged Emirati talents at the Cultural and Scientific Association in Dubai.
Young guests can enjoy fun activities at FUNN’s Spring camp, the Sharjah-based foundation dedicated to promoting media arts among children and young people in the UAE, that is currently under way at the Supreme Council for Family Affairs. At the heart of this creative endeavour is a 2D Animation workshop.
American University in the Emirates (AUE), a higher education institution known for providing unique and creative courses, launched the “AUE Presidential Design Talent Scholarship” with an objective to engage and encourage talented and creative design students in the fields of Interior Design, Fashion Design, Graphic Design and Animation Design.
Forty-eight young creative thinkers showcased their virtual Minecraft models recently to a packed audience of engineers, urban planners, and technicians, pushing for smarter and more child-friendly public spaces in Sharjah.
Spotted at the occasion were several eminent stars and filmmakers, including Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Jacqueline Fernandez, Imtiaz Ali, Ekta Kapoor, Anurag Basu, and Boney Kapoor.
The International Government Communication Centre has announced that it will continue to receive applications for the seventh edition of the SGCA until January 2, 2020. Eight new award categories have been introduced in the upcoming edition.
The creativity and cultural talents of the members of Sharjah Youth, an affiliate of Rubu’ Qarn Foundation for Creating Leaders and Innovators, took centre stage at the Manarat Watan (Beacon of the Nation) ceremony held on Tuesday and Wednesday in Sharjah.
The Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA), and the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Centre (Sheraa), in partnership with Kalimat Group, have launched a new initiative called the Future Changemakers, aimed at utilising remote learning to instill critical thinking skills, creativity, imagination, and the entrepreneurial mindset among stay-at-home students, amid Covid-19 concerns. The initiative takes a holistic approach at engaging students of all ages, from kindergarten till grade 12.
Parents in the UAE have got online platforms to keep their children creatively engaged during the two-month long summer vacation. Madrasa e-learning platform has teamed up with children’s book publishers in the UAE and the region to develop engaging animated lessons to teach children Arabic. On the other hand, the UAE Ministry of Education and Cambridge University Press have formed a collaboration to boost children’s confidence and happiness while they stay at home.