(MENAFN- Gulf Times)
The Katara Cultural Village Foundation has announced the launch of a new series of summer workshops in July targeting children aged 8 to 13.
Both workshops are meant to focus on a myriad of artistic fields, curated by artist Jamila Al Ansari at Katara Art Studios Building 19, where the first workshop, Making Watercolor Fish, will be held on July 1, and the second workshop, Summer Flowers Atelier, will be held on July 3 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
A workshop on the basics of landscape painting by artist Hanifa Abdel Qader will be held from July 5 to 7 and over a period of 3 days, at Katara Art Studios Building 19, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., for the age group from 8 to 13 years old.
The specialized workshops that Katara launches during the summer holidays are very popular with students in schools of different grade levels. By organizing these workshops, Katara seeks to nurture the artistic and manual skills of children, to discover artistic talents from an early age, and to present them, in addition to providing the necessary care to ensure their progress.
Katara had launched a host of summer workshops last June, including a training workshop on stamp and postcard design, and a workshop to teach the art of puppet making, which includes instruction in hand and string puppet making, in addition to teaching the art of dramatic play and kinetic expression, verbal and facial expressions, and a specialized workshop in teaching Arabic calligraphy , as well as artistic workshops launched by the Al Thuraya Dome, which continued for a month, with two workshops per week.
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