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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - CULTURE

UAE's transformation into a global cultural ecosystem did not happen overnight: Minister tells CultureSummit 2017

Posted on 11/04/2017

The CultureSummit 2017, a gathering of delegations representing almost every country in the world, commenced on Sunday with a keynote address from Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, in which he highlighted that for the UAE, transformation into a global cultural ecosystem did not happen overnight. "This city grandly illustrates your subject, the global cultural ecosystem. Abu Dhabi is the perfect site for CultureSummit 2017. The world has come to ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture celebrates calligraphy with 9th Dubai International Arabic Exhibition

Posted on 10/04/2017

Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Dubai Culture, has announced that it will host the ninth edition of the Dubai International Arabic Calligraphy Exhibition under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council. The exhibition will be open to the public from 15th to 31st April at Wafi Mall in Dubai. The exhibition is a flagship initiative under the Dubai Art Season umbrella and will also serve as a conclusion ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture launches second edition of ‘Reading Box’ initiative

Posted on 22/03/2017

Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Dubai Culture, has announced the launch of the second edition of its ‘Reading Box' initiative, which will be based at City Walk 2 and run from 20th March to 1st April. Opening its doors to visitors from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays, and 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. on weekends, the initiative will be rolled out across Dubai to appear in locations including malls and public areas, providing a unique experience for participants from all communities. The second edition ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture woos British designers to Design Days Dubai

Posted on 19/03/2017

In support of "UK/UAE 2017 Year of Creative Collaboration," the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the emirate's dedicated entity for culture, arts and heritage, has brought 10 celebrated UK designers to showcase their work during Design Days Dubai at the "Britain Takes Shape" exhibition. The exhibition was well received during its debut at the 6th Design Days Dubai. Curated by Suzanne Trocme, an award-winning furniture designer, the exhibition offered visitors a vivid glimpse ...  >>MORE

Al Ain National Museum to host educational workshops on Emirati Burqa

Posted on 13/03/2017

As part of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority's, TCA Abu Dhabi, cultural programme curated to support the UNESCO theme of, ‘Protecting our Heritage and Fostering Creativity,' Al Ain National Museum's education department will host a programme this month celebrating the history and heritage of the burqa, traditional Emirati accessory for women in the UAE. To raise awareness of the historical and cultural significance of the burqa in the UAE and in Emirati women's lives, the programme will ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture commissions young Emirati designers to create stand for Design Days Dubai

Posted on 13/03/2017

Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Dubai Culture, the emirate's dedicated body for culture, arts and heritage, has commissioned two young Emirati interior designers to create its stand for Design Days Dubai 2017, the Middle East and South Asia's only collectible design fair. The fair will take place at Dubai Design District, d3, from 14th to 17th March, and is a flagship event of Dubai Art Season 2017. Dubai Art Season is the umbrella event on the Dubai cultural and creative calendar, and is ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler establishes Academy of Arabic Language

Posted on 19/12/2016

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has issued Emiri Decree No. 96 of 2016, regarding the establishment and organisation of the Academy of the Arabic Language in the Emirate of Sharjah. The Decree states that the Academy of the Arabic Language in the Emirate of Sharjah will be established with independent legal status and the legal capacity necessary to achieve its objectives. The main headquarters of the academy will be in Sharjah and ...  >>MORE

Ninth Annual Arab Report on Cultural Development launched in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 12/12/2016

The Arab Thought Foundation released on Sunday its Ninth Annual Arab Report on Cultural Development, ahead of the FIKR15 conference being held in Abu Dhabi this week under the patronage of HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, and in cooperation with the Arab League. The event will take place from 12th to 14th December. The report was unveiled at a ceremony by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development; HRH Prince Khalid Al ...  >>MORE

UAE's National Pavilion closes after successful 6-month showing at Venice Biennale

Posted on 07/12/2016

‘Transformations: The Emirati National House', the exhibition presented by the National Pavilion United Arab Emirates (UAE) at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia (Venice Biennale), has closed after a successful 6-month showing in Venice. The 2016 edition of the Venice Biennale brought together 63 National Pavilions from around the world and was attended by over 260,000 visitors over 6 months. The National Pavilion UAE is commissioned by the Salama bint ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi organises the Safeguarding Endangered Cultural Heritage Conference

Posted on 01/12/2016

Presidents, heads of states, formal delegations and representatives from over 40 countries have confirmed their participation at the Safeguarding Endangered Cultural Heritage conference, taking place on 2nd and 3rd December at the Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi. The global conference, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Francois Hollande, President of France, as a global partnership between ...  >>MORE

UAE, UNSECO share vision towards education, health, sustainable development

Posted on 10/10/2016

PARIS: UAE and UNESCO officials met in Paris to discuss developing countries, with a focus on health, education, social services, and the safeguarding of world cultural heritages. Irina Bokova, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), met with Dr. Amal Abdullah Al Qubaisi, Speaker of the Federal National Council (FNC), who is paying a working visit to France. Of note, the UAE and France launched an international fund for the ...  >>MORE

UAE to host world’s first Global Cultural Leadership Summit

Posted on 14/09/2016

ABU DHABI, 14th September, 2016 (WAM) -- The UAE will host the world's first Global Cultural Leadership Summit in April, 2017, which will bring together leaders from the worlds of government, the arts and media to address the role that culture can play in addressing some of the great challenges of our time. The summit will also explore how new technologies are changing the nature of culture and cultural interactions worldwide with major consequences for education, our economies, politics ...  >>MORE

Sharjah’s Souq Al Jubail comes alive with storytellers and traditional arts

Posted on 03/07/2016

The traditional Arab marketplace for years served as a vibrant hub for social and cultural expression and Sharjah's largest produce market has revived this concept this Ramadan. The imposing Souq Al Jubail has been drawing crowds not just to buy fish, meat and vegetables but also for traditional Arabic storytelling sessions, workshops on lantern making and Turkish art, and a special area hosting a mini dates festival. Inaugurated in December 2015, the souq was built to replace Sharjah's old Al ...  >>MORE

British-Emirati cultural affinity 'a marriage of true minds': Nahyan bin Mubarak

Posted on 28/04/2016

In a speech to the British Business Group, BBG, at a dinner in Abu Dhabi last night, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, said that he counted the people of Great Britain to be amongst the best friends of the UAE, and that the relationship between the two nations is akin to a 'cultural affinity'. Speaking at the event at Le Royal Meridien Hotel, which was also attended by British Ambassador Philip Parham, Sheikh Nahyan said that no matter how you ...  >>MORE

Winners of UNESCO-Sharjah Prize for Arab Culture honoured in Paris

Posted on 16/04/2016

PARIS: The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, and Abdulla Al Owais, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Information of the Emirate of Sharjah, on Thursday presented the UNESCO-Sharjah Prize for Arab Culture 2015 to Palestinian author Elias Sanbar and the Islamic Library of Spain's Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), in a ceremony held at UNESCO's Headquarters in Paris. Madhed Hareb Al Khaili, UAE Ambassador to France, Abdullah Ali Masbeh, UAE Permanent ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak sets out road map for cultural and knowledge development work

Posted on 29/03/2016

Developing human capital, nurturing innovation, building capacities of artists, writers and gifted persons in digital technology, and promoting the spirit of dynamism and positivity through national theatres and culture and knowledge development centres, will constitute key pillars of the roadmap for cultural knowledge development in the country, according to Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development. 'This roadmap will also seek to develop exemplary ...  >>MORE

Fujairah Ruler opens first Fujairah International Arts Festival

Posted on 20/02/2016

The UAE has become an ideal destination for innovators, writers, thinkers and intellectuals from across the world, H.H. Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Fujairah, said while opening this evening the first Fujairah International Arts Festival being organised by the Fujairah Culture and Media Authority (FCMA) at Fujairah Corniche as part of the emirate's efforts to host international cultural and arts events. 'The UAE is embracing artistic and cultural ...  >>MORE

UAE, guest of honour of 6th edition of Al-Tayeb Salih International Award for Creative Writing

Posted on 19/02/2016

KHARTOUM: Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, has said the selection of Al-Tayeb Salih International Award for Creative Writing of the UAE as a guest of honour, reflects the depth of relations with sisterly state of Sudan. He added that the two countries share a view that culture and literature are important components of the Arab societies. "The UAE, led by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, is keen to strengthen ties ...  >>MORE

10-day, 500km UAE desert camel trek ends

Posted on 03/02/2016

Fifteen amateur explorers undertook a camel trek across a UAE desert to discover Emirati heritage. Instead, at the end of their 10-day, 500km trek, they learnt about multiple cultures. "It has been amazing. It was just fantastic to be disconnected completely and to be with the camels. I learnt every day about Emirati culture, Omani culture, Indian culture and the cultures of everyone around me. It was 200 per cent fun - and challenging - and I have learnt so much," French expat Charlotte ...  >>MORE

Camel trek through UAE reaches half-way point

Posted on 30/01/2016

It's Tuesday afternoon in a camp in Al Fuq', Al Ain, a sandy plain some 40 minutes from the Outlet Mall. More than a dozen camels are tethered a stone's throw from the camp and their riders — their faces showing the effects of days of sun exposure — stretch out in the canopied majlis, sipping on qahwa and welcoming this moment of relaxation after traversing more than 40km of desert since dawn. The group of 16, which includes two women, are of different nationalities. For most of them, the ...  >>MORE

Sultan Al Qasimi visits venue of world cultural heritage weeks

Posted on 30/01/2016

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, visited today the venue of the World Cultural Heritage Weeks at the Sharjah Centre for Heritage Activities in Bait Al Gharbi. Touring the venue, Sheikh Sultan lauded the selection of Bahrain as the first guest of honour for the weeks and said the selection was fitting, given Bahrain's track record of preserving its rich heritage. Sheikh Sultan watched shows by the Bahraini folklore troupes and ...  >>MORE

Game adventurers reach halfway point on epic, tech-free Camel Trek

Posted on 26/01/2016

Would-be explorers on a 500km camel trek across the UAE desert have reached the halfway stage of their epic ‘In the Footsteps of our Ancestors' expedition today. The trip, which is being organised and supervised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Center (HHC), is designed to showcase the more nomadic existence experienced by Emirati travellers in the olden days. Its back-to-basics approach has meant that 20 nationals from countries such as India, Malaysia and Oman, among others, have ...  >>MORE

Emiratis and expats to embark on 10-day Camel Trek expedition

Posted on 22/01/2016

Emiratis and expatriates alike are all set to embark on a Camel Trek expedition, which is being organised and supervised by the Hamdan bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, HHC, alongside renowned UAE explorers Ahmed Al Qasimi and Mohammed Bin Taryam, on Friday. The 10-day trip will offer all participants the chance to bond with their camels while unearthing some deep-rooted, inner qualities amid the dunes and dust in a technology-free environment. Mohammed Bin Taryam, said, "The overall objective of ...  >>MORE

The best of Emirati arts and crafts found a new home in Al Dhafra Festival's 48,000 square meters souq

Posted on 26/12/2015

The new souq has been the talk of Al Dhafra Festival, even before the Festival opened its ninth edition on December 10, in Madinat Zayed, the Western Region of Abu Dhabi Emirate. As in previous years, the camel beauty competitions remain the focus of Al Dhafra Festival, organised by the Cultural Programmes and Heritage Festivals Committee - Abu Dhabi (CPHFC), but all aspects of Emirati heritage are celebrated during the 20 days Festival. The souq is one of them. Spread over 48,000 square ...  >>MORE

Al Ayala performances set to enthral crowds across Abu Dhabi

Posted on 11/12/2015

A series of Al Ayala dances will be held across Abu Dhabi, showcasing the emirate and the UAE's cultural identity as part of Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority's Music Programme, 2015/16. The first display will be held at the East Plaza at Abu Dhabi Corniche on 11th December at 5 p.m. with regular performances continuing until May, 2016. Generally known as the ‘stick dance', this traditional UAE folk dance is accompanied by drumming and performed by two rows of dancers facing one another. ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority presents Bait Al Oud Concert series event

Posted on 11/12/2015

To close the very successful 2015 Bait Al Oud Concert Season, the Abu Dhabi-based music institution Bait Al Oud, dedicated to the teaching and learning of the traditional Oud and Qanun instruments, will hold a concert on Saturday as part of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority's Music Programme. The distinguished Qanun instructor Bassam Abdel Sattar, together with Alwan group, will be performing a concert entitled, "Conversation among Civilisations" at Manarat Al Saadiyat on Saadiyat Island ...  >>MORE

UAE's head of UNESCO's committee on communication and Information calls for global alliance against terrorism

Posted on 22/11/2015

PARIS: Dr. Abdullah Al-Rayes, Director-General of the National Archives and head of UNESCO's Committee on Communication and Information, has called for governments and international organisations to mobilise their efforts and resources to stem out the menace of terrorism and reiterated the UAE's solidarity with France in its fight against terrorism which struck its capital Paris on 13th November. 'While condemning in the strongest possible terms the cowardly terrorist attacks that took place ...  >>MORE

At 29th General Assembly of ICCROM , UAE reiterates commitment to safeguarding cultural heritage

Posted on 22/11/2015

ROME: The UAE is committed to safeguarding cultural legacy across the world without any distinction of religion, race or colour, Mohammad Khamis Bin Harib Al Muhairi, Director General of the UAE National Council of Tourism and Antiquities, told delegates from 134 member states who gathered in Rome at the 29th General Assembly of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) to discuss the organisation's future direction. Al Muhairi ...  >>MORE

Timeless tapestry of Emirati culture

Posted on 07/11/2015

The second edition of Traditional Handicrafts Festival in Al Ain's Souq Al Qattara, that ends on Saturday is a lively event that provides visitors the opportunity to learn about Emirati crafts and traditions. Saeed Hamad Al Kaabi, TCA Abu Dhabi's Head of Traditional Handicrafts and Products expressed his delight at the success of this year's event which has seen a significant increase in the number of visitors. The highlight of this year's edition has been the interest shown in handicrafts by ...  >>MORE

UAE and ICCROM sign Headquarters Agreement

Posted on 28/10/2015

The Government of the United Arab Emirates and ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property), based in Rome and established by UNESCO in 1956, signed a Headquarters Agreement which lays the foundation for the establishment and operation of the ICCROM-ATHAR Regional Conservation Centre in Sharjah. This agreement confers upon the regional centre its legal status, enabling it to execute its functions and achieve its objectives as an ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak launches new version of National Cultural Encyclopaedia at GITEX

Posted on 20/10/2015

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, yesterday launched the new version of the National Cultural Encyclopaedia during a visit to the Federal Government stand at GITEX 2015 in Dubai. Sheikh Nahyan said the launch of the largest online encyclopaedia on the UAE's history, leaders, culture, heritage, progress and intelligentsia at GITEX, underscores the ministry's desire to use the GITEX as a global platform for technology. 'The active ...  >>MORE

Memory of the World programme summit to be held in Abu Dhabi next year

Posted on 08/10/2015

ABU DHABI, 8th October, 2015 (WAM) -- The Advisory Board of the Memory of the World Programme, affiliated to UNESCO, has agreed on a proposal to hold a summit for the programme in Abu Dhabi towards the end of 2016. The proposal stipulated that all national commissions, regional branches and specialised committees of the Memory of the World programme from all over the world, along with the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, and the International Council on ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture to highlight city’s creative scene at London’s ‘Shubbak’ Festival

Posted on 21/07/2015

The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, Dubai Culture, is to hold its first showcase in the United Kingdom of the ‘Dubai Next' talks, on the sidelines of the Shubbak Festival, London's largest biennial festival of contemporary Arab arts and culture, this coming Thursday at London's Serpentine Gallery, followed by a networking reception. Aimed at highlighting the vibrant creative scene of Dubai and its cultural ethos, Dubai Next sessions were most recently held during the opening week of Expo ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak affirms importance of preparing national strategy for Arabic language

Posted on 02/06/2015

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, has emphasised the importance of preparing and launching a national strategy for the Arabic language. The national strategy includes an integrated system of goals and innovative ideas and initiatives, as well as laws and practices, through which a significant change can be achieved in the linguistic reality in the community in order to preserve the position of the Arabic language and restore the native ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak receives UAE intellectuals, thinkers, and writers

Posted on 22/05/2015

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, has stressed the importance of meetings that deal with the efforts of intellectuals, thinkers, and writers in community building. Sheikh Nahyan made the statement while receiving a large number of writers, poets and members of the Emirates Writers Union in the presence of Afra Al Sabri, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development, and Habib Al Sayegh, Chairman of the ...  >>MORE

Latifa bint Mohammed signs MoU of Dubai Culture with Lord Cultural Resources to Drive Training Programmes for Emiratis in Museum Studies & Culture

Posted on 21/05/2015

Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice Chairman of the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), signed a landmark Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Lord Cultural Resources, one of the world's largest cultural and museum consultancies, to drive educational training for Emiratis and to create professional development programmes in the field of Museum Studies and culture. Gail Dexter-Lord, Co-President of Lord Cultural Resources signed the agreement, coinciding with ...  >>MORE

Expats should be more aware of UAE culture, survey respondents say: paper

Posted on 20/04/2015

A UAE paper has said that expatriates should do their homework on the UAE's habits, heritage and traditions before coming to live and work in the country. A survey, commissioned by The National and carried out by YouGov, polled 1,056 expatriates and Emiratis on social integration. 'The majority of those questioned believe that expatriates should broaden their understanding of the country before moving,' said the National on Sunday. "I think every person can, and should, know as much as they ...  >>MORE

Ruler of Sharjah emphasises Sharjah prominent stature among world cultures

Posted on 30/03/2015

Sharjah, 30th March, 2015 (WAM) -- H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has emphasised the historic and archaeological importance of the emirate of Sharjah as a strategic meeting point between the east and west. Sheikh Sultan was speaking yesterday during a meeting with the committee tasked with preparing Sharjah bid to enter the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. Sheikh Sultan reviewed with the committee the rich heritage sites and ...  >>MORE

Camel voyagers complete a 12-day journey into the past

Posted on 02/02/2015

Seventeen young people entered Global Village on Sunday after a 200-kilometre camel ride into the past. They embarked on their 12-day odyssey of discovery with little but the camels beneath them, navigating by the sun and stars and surviving on the minimal supplies that would have been available to their ancestors. With them was the seasoned Yemeni voyager Ahmed Al Qassemi, 53, a veteran of more than 40,000km of travel around the world. "It was the first experience for many of them. It was ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Culture bags five international awards

Posted on 18/01/2015

The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development and two of its employees have won five of the Stevie Awards, the world's premier business award competitions which recognise corporate and individual accomplishments and contributions. Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, said Afra Al Saberi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development, and Ahmed Al Hadabi, Director of Libraries at the Ministry, in the ...  >>MORE

A show of culture, heritage at Fazza Championships

Posted on 21/12/2014

Organised by Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre, the 15th edition of Fazza Championship for Yola began on Saturday under the patronage of Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council. People from both Arab and foreign countries thronged Meydan Castle at the Global Village to witness the opening of the popular heritage event. The championship began with the recitation of a special Arabic poem titled Al Jar Li Al Jar ...  >>MORE

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UAE's transformation into a global cultural ecosystem did not happen overnight: Minister tells CultureSummit 2017


Dubai Culture celebrates calligraphy with 9th Dubai International Arabic Exhibition


Dubai Culture launches second edition of ‘Reading Box’ initiative


Dubai Culture woos British designers to Design Days Dubai


Al Ain National Museum to host educational workshops on Emirati Burqa


Dubai Culture commissions young Emirati designers to create stand for Design Days Dubai


Sharjah Ruler establishes Academy of Arabic Language


Ninth Annual Arab Report on Cultural Development launched in Abu Dhabi


UAE's National Pavilion closes after successful 6-month showing at Venice Biennale


Abu Dhabi organises the Safeguarding Endangered Cultural Heritage Conference


UAE, UNSECO share vision towards education, health, sustainable development


UAE to host world’s first Global Cultural Leadership Summit


Sharjah’s Souq Al Jubail comes alive with storytellers and traditional arts


British-Emirati cultural affinity 'a marriage of true minds': Nahyan bin Mubarak


Winners of UNESCO-Sharjah Prize for Arab Culture honoured in Paris


Nahyan bin Mubarak sets out road map for cultural and knowledge development work


Fujairah Ruler opens first Fujairah International Arts Festival


UAE, guest of honour of 6th edition of Al-Tayeb Salih International Award for Creative Writing


10-day, 500km UAE desert camel trek ends


Camel trek through UAE reaches half-way point


Sultan Al Qasimi visits venue of world cultural heritage weeks


Game adventurers reach halfway point on epic, tech-free Camel Trek


Emiratis and expats to embark on 10-day Camel Trek expedition


The best of Emirati arts and crafts found a new home in Al Dhafra Festival's 48,000 square meters souq


Al Ayala performances set to enthral crowds across Abu Dhabi


Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority presents Bait Al Oud Concert series event


UAE's head of UNESCO's committee on communication and Information calls for global alliance against terrorism


At 29th General Assembly of ICCROM , UAE reiterates commitment to safeguarding cultural heritage


Timeless tapestry of Emirati culture


UAE and ICCROM sign Headquarters Agreement


Nahyan bin Mubarak launches new version of National Cultural Encyclopaedia at GITEX


Memory of the World programme summit to be held in Abu Dhabi next year


Dubai Culture to highlight city’s creative scene at London’s ‘Shubbak’ Festival


Nahyan bin Mubarak affirms importance of preparing national strategy for Arabic language


Nahyan bin Mubarak receives UAE intellectuals, thinkers, and writers


Latifa bint Mohammed signs MoU of Dubai Culture with Lord Cultural Resources to Drive Training Programmes for Emiratis in Museum Studies & Culture


Expats should be more aware of UAE culture, survey respondents say: paper


Ruler of Sharjah emphasises Sharjah prominent stature among world cultures


Camel voyagers complete a 12-day journey into the past


Ministry of Culture bags five international awards


A show of culture, heritage at Fazza Championships