Katara organizes artistic workshops and activities for all ages during Ramadan

Doha: The Cultural Village Foundation, Katara continues to organize various workshops and artistic activities for young and old this month of Ramadan.

Today, the Katara Playstation Championship 2022 will be held on the south side of the village from 8 p.m. to midnight.

This is organized in cooperation with the Al-Taadoud company.

For its fourth edition, it registered the participation of almost 400 people of different age groups, men and women, and the tournament offers prizes for the first five places.

Also today, the public will have an appointment with the event Ramadan Nights in Culture and Literature, which will welcome the Egyptian community in Building No. 41 of the Al Thuraya Planetarium.

And tomorrow, April 8, the Sudanese community will be welcomed, this event will be aimed at the most eminent writers and poets of these countries.

Meanwhile, the Katara Qatari Farmers Forum is organizing a symposium presenting the idea and objectives of the forum, on the south side of Katara at 9:30 p.m., also today and April 14-21.

In order to diversify the events and activities to attract different age groups, Katara presents several workshops and various artistic activities, including a workshop called The Pot to Give for children in the age group between 12 and 17 years old.

In addition to the collage and mix media workshop, which will be presented by the artist Dina Hammam from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., and is aimed at children aged 7 and over.

Both workshops will be presented in Arabic and English.

A workshop on Arabic botanical decoration (Islamic security) by calligrapher and visual artist Ammar El-Desouky will take place every Saturday, Monday and Wednesday (9, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20 April) for the age group 18 years and over.

Registration details are available on the Katara website.

The QatART Makers Market will be held on April 8 and 15, from 8 p.m. to midnight at Katara Art Studios, Building 19, which paves the way for artists and artisans to showcase their creations.

Sara H. Byrd