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QMA is challenging creatives in Qatar to create a unique piece of art based on Damien Hirst’s exploration of Life and Death. The prize is an all-expenses-paid trip of a lifetime to visit London, travel to Gloucestershire to tour Damien Hirst studio, meet the artist and help create one of…
  The Orientalist Museum is bringing together Fine Art Conservators from some of the world’s leading museums for the Past to Present: Art Conservation Conference. Taking place at the Museum of Islamic Art auditorium on Thursday November 28, the event will see conservation experts showcasing their work across a range…

Kate Terry: Open Forms

  • Wednesday, 06 November 2013 14:16
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London-based artist Kate Terry creates thread installation art that is nearly invisible at first. Using colored thread, she creates subtle yet spectacular presence in an empty space.   British artist, Kate Terry, was born in Ontario, Canada in 1976. She studied sculpture at Manchester Metropolitan University, U.K. and received an…
By Ben  Barbour In a unique artist’s residency as part of the Qatar UK Year of Culture, British artist Ben Barbour travelled on the ‘Al Karaana’ Q-Flex LNG tanker from Ra’s Laffan, Qatar, to the South Hook terminal in Milford Haven, South Wales, documenting the twenty-day journey through drawing, writing…
Katara announced the hosting of the third Traditional Dhow Festival 2013, from 19 to 23 November, under the auspices of His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of state of Qatar. The festival is held in cooperation with the Qatar Museums Authority as the leading festival specialized in…
Synopsis: A few weeks before his college entrance exams, Reda, a young man who lives in the south of France, finds himself forced to drive his father to Mecca. From the start, the journey looks to be difficult as Reda and his father have nothing in common. How can they…
Unleash Your Inner Otaku!! Otaku is a Japanese term that refers to people with obsessive interests –especially those who are fans of anime. On 29 November, come to Ajyal’s anime cosplay event dressed as your favourite character from a movie or cartoon and compete to win exciting prizes! There are…

QatarUK 2013 puts on 'Scotland Day' at Katara

  • Wednesday, 23 October 2013 21:56
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As part of Qatar UK 2013 Year of Culture, The British Council and the Scottish Government are hosting a ‘Scotland Day’ at Katara Cultural Village. This Scottish cultural celebration will include all things Celtic: music (Ross Ainslie & Jarlath Henderson band), dance, culinary treats and kilts. Think of it as…
October Tours at the Museum of Islamic Art  Qatar's iconic Museum of Islamic Art holds tours each Thursday evening that offer visitors the chance to end the working week with a relaxing and intimate tour of a part of the museum's impressive collection, led by expert guides, under the title…
Museum of Crying Women Francesco Vezzoli 7 October – 30 November 2013  QMA Gallery, Katara   متحف دموع النساء فرانشيسكو فيزولي٧ اكتوبر - ٣٠ نوفمبر ٢٠١٣جاليري هيئة متاحف قطر - كتارا  

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  • Nawal Al Mannai Exhibition +

    Artist’s words: It is difficult to choose a topic for a painting as I get Read More
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    The Cultural Village Foundation – Katara In cooperation with the Ministry of Labour & Social A­airs Read More
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