Abu Dhabi: The Gulf
The first edition of the Burda Festival on the Ministry of Culture and the Development of Knowledge will take place at the Werhaus 421 exhibition in Abu Dhabi. The goal of the festival is to increase the UAE's position as a global player in creativity and Islamic art and culture.
The festival reflects the UAE's continued effort to preserve and promote all kinds of Islamic art and traditions. It hosts many artists, calligraphers, designers, poets and architects around the world to present their art, exchange views and ideas, and engage in dialogue and symposium. Islamic arts.
Minister of Culture and Information Noura Al Kaabi and Egyptian Minister of Culture HE Sheikha Mai Bint Mohammed Al Khalifa, Bahrain's cultural and ancient authority, to discuss the future of the future. Islamic art and the role of public-private partnerships in shaping the future of Islamic art and highlighting the most successful models to be adopted and strengthened.
The show also includes producer and founder Gabo Arora of the USA Tomorrow Never Knows, Antonia Carver, Director of the Art Jamil Foundation in the United Arab Emirates, and a chef and writer Anisa Helou interested in the food industry, journalists and broadcasters in the United Kingdom. And Mona Khazandar, a member of the Ministry of Culture of Saudi Arabia and three. Henry Kim, Director and Managing Director of Canadian Aga Khan Museum.