Qatar Museums will host a series of artistic and cultural events and performances during Expo 2023 Doha
13 Sep 2023News
Throughout Expo 2023 Doha, Qatar Museums will feature a number of artistic and cultural performances and activities that are in keeping with the global event's themes and goals, namely the conservation of the environment. By emphasising the value of sustainable activities in daily life and ensuring that visitors are aware of the importance of sustainability, it will also promote sustainability.
The organising committee for Expo 2023 Doha inked a collaboration and partnership deal with Qatar Museums Wednesday, in yet another move to establish Qatar as a major international tourism destination. H E Dr Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Subaie, Minister of Municipality and Chairman of the Expo 2023 Committee, Mohammed Al Khouri, Secretary General of Expo 2023 Doha, and Mohammed Saad Al Rumaihi, Acting CEO of Qatar Museums, all attended the signing event.
The collaboration demonstrates Qatar Museums' dedication to promoting intercultural understanding in light of Expo 2023 Doha, which is anticipated to draw over 3 million people and more than 80 participating nations.
Additionally, the collaboration will enhance Qatar Museums' standing as a top cultural attraction for tourists who like history, art, and the environment.
Expo 2023 Doha's theme, "Green Desert, Better Environment," aims to promote intercultural understanding and inspire creative environmental and horticultural solutions both domestically and internationally.
Expo Doha 2023, which will take place in Al Bidda Park and span 1.7 million square metres and face the azure waters of the Arabian Gulf, will run for 179 days from October 2, 2023, to March 28, 2024, and it aims to draw more than 3 million visitors. Visitors will have the opportunity to visit ornamental gardens, attend public debates, conferences, live shows, and enjoy art and culinary performances in the dedicated area.