Traditional handicrafts exhibition kicks off at Katara
Community events are gradually picking up pace in Qatar as the country passes through the final phase of the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.
For those who have missed being outdoors and experiencing the unique cultural experiences offered at such events, a new exhibition at Katara Cultural Village may be worth a visit.
The third edition of the Traditional Handicrafts Exhibition kicked off at Katara, building 48, yesterday.
The exhibition was opened by general manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti accompanied by several diplomats and other dignitaries.
The exhibition sees the participation of several artists featuring their unique artistic creations and works made with different materials.
The 10-day exhibition runs daily from 9 am - 12 noon, and 4 pm - 10 pm.
There are a number of stalls that represent different countries including, Ethiopia, Syria, Palestine, Tunisia, Morocco, Sudan and Iran. These will be open from 4 pm to 10 pm.
سعادة د. خالد بن إبراهيم السليطي، مدير عام #كتارا وبحضور عدد من سعادة السفراء المعتمدين لدى #قطر يفتتح النسخة الثالثة من #معرض_الحرف_اليدوية_التقليدية 2020 في الحي الثقافي#سلامتك_هي_سلامتي #الوعد2022 #كتارا_ملتقى_الثقافات#كتارا_وجهة_ثقافية_سياحية pic.twitter.com/ekNZUKO9Zp— كتارا | Katara (@kataraqatar) October 14, 2020
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Source: Gulf Times