MoEHE inaugurated the sixth exhibition “Creators of Visual Arts” for the academic year 2023-2024 under the title “Art and Science”
06 Nov 2023News Event
In association with the Museum of Islamic Art, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) opened the sixth "Creators of Visual Arts" exhibition for the academic year 2023–2024 yesterday under the heading "Art and Science." The inauguration ceremony was attended by Mohammed Saad Al Rumaihi, the acting CEO of Qatar Museums, and H E Buthaina bint Ali Al Jabr Al Nuaimi, Minister of Education and Higher Education.
The purpose of this exhibition is to showcase the artistic production from public, international, and private schools and to broaden the community's artistic tastes. It will emphasise the connections between art and several sciences by showcasing 398 pieces of art created by students and their professors. The display will be up until December 5th.
Maryam Noman Al Emadi, the director of the department of educational guidance, clarified that the Ministry was excited to plan and support the "Visual Arts Creators" event. Through participation in and exchange of diverse creative experiences, the event is an educational and cultural requirement that will fulfil students' tendencies, enhance their talents, sharpen their preparations, and achieve a constructive route and emotional equilibrium.
The sixth edition of the show, named "Art and Science," according to Al Emadi, is a superb visual creative event that challenges students' ability to stay up to date with contemporary art movements in major nations. A wide range of student-created artworks are on display, including digital artworks, canvas paintings, two-dimensional and flat works, and videos. Additionally, starting tomorrow, November 7, 2023, there will be two art workshops every week in addition to the show.
The Museum of Islamic Art instructional Center's instructional rooms will host the workshops. All academic levels of gifted schoolchildren in the State of Qatar are the target audience for these programmes. Teachers and visual arts coordinators in schools supply them. Participating schools are nominated by the Ministry's Department of Arts and Theatre.