The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) revealed that its “Happiness and Benefit” summer camp in the historic Al Fahidi district will be held from July 19 to 28, promising young people time full of learning, fun and creativity with a package full of educational workshops and interesting and innovative activities.
During the camp, children aged seven to 12 await a unique journey in the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood, which is rich in authenticity and emirate heritage. For performances from the neighborhood cinema and puppet show and fun sports and entertainment. Laila Abdullah Balhoush, director of the Al-Fahidi Historical District Summer Camp Project, said: “The initiative comes within the framework of the authority’s cultural responsibility to stimulate creativity and innovation among young people and to promote a culture of active participation by different groups of society by to integrate art and creativity into Dubai’s spaces, helping to discover, develop and nurture talent and enable children to invest their time optimally in their summer school holidays. ”
She added: “Dubai Culture believes in the importance of making culture accessible and close to all sections of society through comprehensive cultural events, museums and heritage sites that pay homage to the authentic national identity and rich Emirati heritage, and help consolidate the feelings of pride in them among members of society. ” Through the summer camp in the Al Fahidi district, we aim to increase the presence of cultural heritage among the younger generations, document their relationship to the UAE’s history and ancient heritage, and keep Emirati’s cultural heritage present in the minds and hearts of young people, and motivate them to be inspired by it to continue the path to development and prosperity in the emirate and the UAE. “
Laila Abdullah continued: “Summer camp is an important activity in developing the child’s intellectual skills, strengthening his ability to take responsibility and build friendships outside the framework of school friends or family, as well as its contribution to filling the child’s void during summer holidays.” She encouraged young loved ones to join the camp to explore their creative energies and spend unique times.
The activities of the “Dubai Culture” summer camp are organized in Events House No. 19 in the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood and include workshops and courses in Arabic from January 19-21 and others in English from January 26-28.
Dubai Culture plays an important role in supporting the vision of the UAE Government, which seeks to develop a knowledge-based society and is committed to strengthening the cultural and creative environment of the emirate, as well as integrating cultural content in innovative ways into UAE education programs that contribute to build young generations who are proud of their national heritage. She is proud of her culture.
“The camp will help to discover and develop talents and develop them and give children the opportunity to invest their time optimally in their summer school holidays.”
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