Cultural Club to hold Haima Cultural Forum

Cultural Club to hold Haima Cultural Forum from 1-4 Oct

Muscat: The Cultural Club will hold the Haima Cultural Forum in the Wilayat of Haima in the Al Wusta Governorate from October 1 to October 4, as part of a group of cultural events, programs and workshops.

The forum aims to promote and develop cultural and creative thought, discover and refine talents, enhance the concepts of identity, belonging and the Omani heritage, encourage young people to gain knowledge and contribute to the cultural movement in the Sultanate of Oman, document popular arts and creative fields in the Al Wusta Governorate, and build bridges of cooperation between governmental and civil institutions and private sector institutions.

The forum, which comes with the support of Petroleum Development Oman, will include a book fair with the participation of a group of Omani publishing houses and libraries, including the Cultural Club, the Omani Society for Writers and Writers, Laban Publishing House, Prose House, the Path of Thought Library, the Red Fox Library, and the Knowledge Readers Library.

The forum will also include a craft exhibition in which 8 craft institutions from the Wilayat of Haima will participate, and supervised by the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority, in addition to a plastic art exhibition that will include 15 paintings by 15 Omani artists.

The forum will also hold 5 specialized cultural workshops for children and gifted people in the governorate, including a collage session presented by artist Maryam bin Ali Al-Qamshouiya, a creative writing session presented by Dr. Wafa bin Salem Al-Shamsiyya, a chanting session presented by vocalist Badr bin Nasser Al-Harithi, and a recitation and radio presentation episode presented by Tasnim. Bint Abdul Raouf Al-Tubiya, and the workshop on preparing the actor in the school theater, presented by Asaad bin Salem Al-Siyabi.

In addition to 6 workshops for gifted students, which are: a session on the basics of classical poetry presented by Dr. Khamis bin Majid Al-Sabari, a drawing and coloring session presented by the artist Daoud bin Sulaiman Al-Shibli, an Arabic calligraphy episode presented by the artist Ahmed bin Khalfan Al-Rawahi, and a metal painting episode presented by the artist Abdul Karim bin Abdullah Al-Rawahi.

The creative writing episode on the basics of the short story is presented by writer Fatima bint Saeed Al Zaabiya, and the electronic content creation episode is presented by Maysaa bint Saeed Al Hanai. A special episode for the reading family will also be held, entitled How to Make a Reading Child, presented by Abeer Bint Khalfan Al-Rawhiyya.

The forum will be accompanied by 3 dialogue sessions, the first on the cultural history of Al Wusta Governorate, with the participation of Rabie bin Talib Al Junaibi, Dr. Hilal bin Juma Al Junaibi, and Dr. Hamad bin Naeem Al Harsusi.

In addition to a session with writers and writers from the Central Governorate with the participation of Abdullah bin Saud Al-Hakamani, and another with a group of pioneering women in the governorate with the participation of Mahra bint Mohsen Al-Junaiba, Hamda bint Saeed Al-Omariyah, Maitha bint Humaid Al-Harsusiyah, and Hakimah bint Zayed Al-Junaibiyah.

On the sidelines of the forum, a poetry evening will be held in which Matar bin Muhammad Al-Harsousi, Ghasi bin Saeed Al-Junaibi, and Ghadeer bin Hamoud Al-Junaibi will participate. In addition to an artistic evening for women and children, which is a play entitled “Flower of Darkness,” written by writer Abdul Razzaq Al-Rubaie, and directed by Alia Al-Balushi with the participation of Wafa bint Salem Al-Hansheya.

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