If you or your kids feel like letting out your creative side this month, you’re in luck, as Qatar Museums has just unveiled a whole host of events.
Head down to the Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art every Tuesday and Wednesday at 4pm and you’ll be able to take part in art lessons with Ismael Azzam.
You’ll learn portraiture techniques using pencil, charcoal and paint, and are completely free. You can sign up on the Mathaf website here.
Then on January 17, 18, 19, and 20 between 5pm and 7pm, the Museum of Islamic Art will be hosting a workshop for adults that focuses on drawing and shading techniques.
If you’re interested in photography, you should head down to the A Falcon’s Eye exhibition on January 20 between 6pm and 7pm for a tour of the photography showcase with curator Dr Giles Hudson.
Then, on January 26 between noon and 1pm, curator Dr Mounia Abudaya will be hosting another tour of the exhibition.
Finally, on January 27, the Museum of Islamic Art will be hosting its Majlis Book Club between 5pm and 7pm.
You can sign up for these events by visiting the Qatar Museums website here.
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Not made it down to the MIA yet? We think it’s time you correct that.
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