Msheireb Museums, in collaboration with The General Authority for Minors' Affairs, is proud to host a special art exhibition showcasing the exceptional talents of employees and minors in the field of drawing and painting.
Titled "Medhal: The Roots of Authenticity Extends... To Leave Generations as Art," the exhibition is being held at Sheikh Mohammed bin Jassim House, one of the four heritage houses of Msheireb Museums.
Featuring art paintings and drawings by minors, the exhibition provides a platform for these young talents to unlock their potential and showcase their skills.
Dr. Hafez Ali Ali, Head of Marketing and Communication at Msheireb Properties, said: “We have the honor to partner with the General Authority for Minors' Affairs to support emerging talents and provide them with a platform to display their capabilities. The artworks on display are captivating and reflect the potential of these young artists, which makes them an important contributor to Qatar's artistic and creative movement.
More than a center for tourism and history, Msheireb Museums is an educational and cultural hub that plays a vital role in creating awareness and educating the community. The Museums have established a range of national and international partnerships, adding tremendous value to Qatar's cultural and social landscape, and enhancing its position as a leading center for community engagement.
The General Authority for Minors' Affairs is the official organization that supervises orphans and minors in Qatar, providing them with social, educational, and health support based on authentic local values. The exhibition is a testament to their commitment to empowering minors and supporting them in showcasing their artistic talents.
The art exhibition is an excellent opportunity to appreciate the creativity and skills of young artists in Qatar and supports the country's cultural and artistic scene.