Louvre Abu Dhabi, Oman's National Museum Continue Cultural Exchange

This agreement continues the tradition of cultural exchange between the two museums. WAM
This agreement continues the tradition of cultural exchange between the two museums. WAM
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Louvre Abu Dhabi, Oman's National Museum Continue Cultural Exchange

This agreement continues the tradition of cultural exchange between the two museums. WAM
This agreement continues the tradition of cultural exchange between the two museums. WAM

Louvre Abu Dhabi and the National Museum of Sultanate of Oman (NM) have signed a new loan agreement, through which two distinguished pieces from Louvre Abu Dhabi's collection will be exhibited at the museum for one year, Emirates News Agency (WAM) reported.

This agreement continues the tradition of cultural exchange between the two museums, offering visitors an insightful exploration of Islamic art and modern abstraction, WAM said.

The National Museum will feature the following artworks from the Louvre Abu Dhabi: a "Bowl with a Two-color Inscription" and "Homage to the Square,” it added.



King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language to Participate in Beijing Int'l Book Fair

King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language to Participate in Beijing Int'l Book Fair
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King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language to Participate in Beijing Int'l Book Fair

King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language to Participate in Beijing Int'l Book Fair

The King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language is preparing to participate in the Beijing International Book Fair 2024, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday.

It will be part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's pavilion as the guest of honor for this year's edition. The collaboration is in partnership with the Literature, Publishing, and Translation Commission.

The event is scheduled to take place from June 19 to 23 at the China National Convention Center in Beijing.

The King Salman Global Academy for Arabic Language's involvement in the Saudi pavilion aligns with various cultural and national entities to support the Human Capability Development Program, which aims to realize the goals of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 through the implementation of relevant qualitative activities, such as seminars and panel discussions, under the participation of Saudi and Chinese researchers.

Additionally, the academy is set to host the Saudi-Chinese Linguistic Forum, a scientific and cultural event organized in cooperation with the Literature, Publishing, and Translation Commission.