The Sharjah Museums Authority continues to organize its monthly virtual programs, as it has allocated within its agenda for the month of October a bouquet of workshops, lectures, and educational cultural, and entertainment activities that will last from 5 to 31 October and the package includes six digital programs targeting Various members of society.
By organizing these digital programs, the authority aims to improve the means of communication with the public, meet their cultural needs, and enhance the skills of children and the knowledge of individuals of different age groups, through workshops, training programs, and cultural lectures presented by a number of museums under its umbrella.
On the fifth of October, the Al Mahatta Museum, which coincides with the anniversary of the first plane landing in the region at Sharjah Airport, is organizing a workshop under the title “My Wooden Plane”, in which the participants learn how to make a wooden plane inspired by the world of aviation. Monday, October 5, to commemorate the 1932 Hanno plane landing.
Sharjah Science Museum informs its audience of the age group of 18 years and over on how to make bathing balls, with their wonderful shapes and captivating colors, through a workshop that will take place at 10 am on the seventh of October, using half a cup of citric acid and a cup Of baking soda, food coloring, essential oil, mixing bowl and mold, and water spray.
On October 12, the Sharjah Calligraphy Museum organizes, from five o’clock to six o’clock for individuals aged 18 years and over, a panel discussion entitled “The Impact of Covid 19 Virus on Calligraphers”, during which the calligrapher, Taj Al-Sir Hassan, discusses the challenges facing calligraphers and their plans to highlight their work Artworks for the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through the “Artistic Techniques” lecture, which is held on the evening of October 19, the Sharjah Art Museum informs individuals of the age of 18 and over on the correct terminology used to explain art paintings, in addition to analyzing, classifying and describing paintings in the correct way, and identifying key terms. To describe the paintings.
The “Hidden Details” workshop organized by Sharjah Art Museum, on October 24th, reveals to children the many secrets that artists hide in their artworks using special methods, which allow them the opportunity to trace their techniques and hide their details in the works of art that they create.
This workshop will take place from 4 pm to 5 pm in Arabic, and from 5:30 to 6:30 in English, and it requires the availability of colored crepe paper cut into small squares, a paintbrush, a cup of water, scissors, wax / white / color, and paper White drawing, wooden toothpicks.
The authority concludes its educational, educational and entertainment programs for the month of October with a lecture translated in sign language presented by the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization, delivered by Sheikh Dr. Aziz bin Farhan Al-Anzi under the title “The pillar of religion in prayer.”
The lecture sheds light on how Muslims rely on the position of the sun to determine prayer times, the five daily prayers, which are an essential pillar of the Islamic religion, and the correct method of ablution.
The public can also visit the Sharjah Museums Authority exhibitions, including the exhibition “Homecoming: A Journey in Photography” by Ethiopian artist Aida Molony. The exhibition “Imagination Became Real” reveals worlds from the imagination of Danish writer and poet Hans Christian Andersen.
Those wishing to enjoy and spend fun times with the family, and benefit from the programs and events organized by the participating authority through the authority’s website, which provides an opportunity for all family members, through a variety of interactive workshops and mental activities, under the interactive education page.