Art & Culture

Beirut Art Beat ... Crossing the boundaries in Dubai

Thirty Lebanese artists and designers recently exhibited their work in Dubai International Financial Center in the United Arab Emirates.

Al-Qashla Palace attracts Hail rally visitors

About eight decades ago it was a military stronghold where armies were prepared and soldiers resided and trained.

Achebe inspired generations of Nigerian writers

LAGOS, Nigeria: Nigerian author Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani was just 10 years old when she first read Chinua Achebe’s groundbreaking novel “Things Fall Apart.”

Chinese Girl returning home to South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa: Vladimir Tretchikoff’s iconic painting “Chinese Girl,” said to be one of the most reproduced in the world, is coming home to South Africa after more th

Dubai hosts ‘Moving Museum’ in its backyard

The Middle East is emerging as the next favorite destination to hold exquisite art shows from around the world.

Tabuk Fortress Museum opened for visitors

An ancient fortress in Tabuk has been restored and is all set to welcome visitors.

Al–Bir kids fly through space and stars

The universe and outer space have always been a source of fascination to people, as the mystery of the unknown has captivated the imagination of generations. 

Saudi film in Gulf fest

Wadjda, the first film shot in Saudi Arabia by a Saudi female filmmaker, Haifa Al-Mansour, will be featured in the Gulf Film Festival (GFF) competition that will take place in Dubai Festival City f

Saudi film ‘Wadjda’ to be screened in Doha

The Saudi award-winning film, ‘Wadjda,’ directed by Haifaa Al-Mansour, will be screened at Doha Film Institute’s (DFI) year round series, Hekayat Khale

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