Deal signed to promote cultural activities in Jeddah

An agreement was signed between Jeddah Literary Cultural Club and Al-Hijaz Cultural House, from right to left, The chairman of the Literary Cultural Club, Abdullah Al-Sulami, and Muhammad Al-Hasani, the manager of the Hijaz Cultural House. (Supplied)
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An agreement was signed between Jeddah Literary Cultural Club and Al-Hijaz Cultural House, from right to left, The chairman of the Literary Cultural Club, Abdullah Al-Sulami, and Muhammad Al-Hasani, the manager of the Hijaz Cultural House. (Supplied)
Deal signed to promote cultural activities in Jeddah
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An agreement was signed between Jeddah Literary Cultural Club and Al-Hijaz Cultural House, from right to left, The chairman of the Literary Cultural Club, Abdullah Al-Sulami, and Muhammad Al-Hasani, the manager of the Hijaz Cultural House. (Supplied)
Deal signed to promote cultural activities in Jeddah
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An agreement was signed between Jeddah Literary Cultural Club and Al-Hijaz Cultural House, from right to left, The chairman of the Literary Cultural Club, Abdullah Al-Sulami, and Muhammad Al-Hasani, the manager of the Hijaz Cultural House. (Supplied)
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Updated 27 March 2023
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Deal signed to promote cultural activities in Jeddah

Deal signed to promote cultural activities in Jeddah
  • The initiative aims to run a series of cultural, intellectual, and training events in Al-Balad for young people while helping support and develop youth talent

JEDDAH: Officials from the Jeddah Literary Cultural Club and Al-Hijaz Cultural House in the city’s historic Al-Balad district recently signed a cooperation agreement to promote cultural programs.

The initiative aims to run a series of cultural, intellectual, and training events in Al-Balad for young people while helping support and develop youth talent.

Club chairman, Abdullah Al-Sulami, said one of the main provisions of the deal was to establish cultural and social activities, adding that the community partnership was a requirement for everyone “who plays a constructive role in thinking and caring for young men and women, developing their talents, and presenting them to a conscious and promising society.”

Al-Hijaz Cultural House manager, Mohammed Al-Hasani, said the link-up with the club would be managed by the Abqar Poetry Hub which offers monthly activities including poetry evenings and workshops for young talents supervised by poet and journalist Abdulaziz Al-Sharif.