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An exciting event for e-sport lovers, AAMeghessib's Back-2-Back is a unique eSport platform for FIFA 22 on PlayStation 5 in Qatar! The format is to create a 2- player team and compete in offline qualifiers leading to the national final. The sportive angle is that teams must score two consecutive goals to win in the 11v11 Kick-Off Mode.
Why it’s different?
The two players versus two players format in 11v11 mode change the whole game dynamics and supports the players to play with their favourite teammates using strategy, communication & skills. Teams are now focused on how well they can coordinate with their teammate to score two consecutive goals. Click here to sign up for the qualifiers! There are eight qualifiers, with the finals on 26 August 2022.
It's time to go back to school! Looking for a fun school supply shopping spree? Doha Festival City's very own "Festival Academy" is here! It is where edutainment takes place.
You can also customize your school supplies for FREE at their customization station. You must download the Festival Rewards app to redeem your free customization ticket and enjoy a wide range of offers across the mall.
Love dates and dates-based products? The Seventh Local Dates Festival in Qatar for the 2022 season, which is organized by the Ministry of Municipality represented by the Department of Agricultural Affairs, is taking place until 10 August 2022 with the participation of a wide range of local farms. Fill up your shopping bags today!
This is a great event for kids! Qatar Career Development Center (QCDC) is launching the ‘Little Employee’, an initiative offering students (aged 9 to 15) a hands-on experience to learn what working life is like. The program requires students to help their parents or relatives at their workplace for one day.
Along with giving the participants an immersive professional life experience, the program also offers children a memorable and unique experience during their student life. It will teach them about the value of work and help them learn the basic concepts about professional life from their parents or relatives. Students will also visualize a preliminary picture of their future career, which can help them plan their career path early by making informed educational decisions that ensure they achieve their ambitions. Know how to participate here.
You can download the Participant’s Guide of the ‘Little Employee’ initiative through this link: CLICK HERE!
Attention film enthusiasts! In this eight-part mini-course, the Doha Film Institute (DFI) will go over the basic techniques filmmakers use to convey information and create meaning in film. The first six sessions of this course will introduce the major avenues of expression in the cinema: cinematography, camera movement editing, mise-en-scène, sound, and narrative.
In the final two sessions, all participants will engage in close, detailed readings of two films that will elucidate the filmmakers’ technical choices and the reasons behind those choices.
Qatar gives immense opportunities for artists to learn and upskill themselves, and this is one of those workshops that is a must-attend for art lovers and learners! The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Shatha Faraj Aabo and will be held at Katara Art Studios, Building 19. Don't miss it!
Join the Acrylic Painting Techniques with Hazim Al Hussain in the first week of the Youth Summer Programme of Doha Fire Station.
In the programme's first week, you will investigate different painting methods and techniques using acrylic paint. To produce an integrated painting, you will study colour, perspective, harmony, and contrast.
It's time to learn something valuable, and in this two-part series presented by Adrian Wallwork, you will learn skills for delivering memorable presentations, and writing impactful research papers.
Wallwork is the published author of 20 books on academic and professional English for Springer Science, as well as general English coursebooks for the BBC and Oxford University Press, and discussion books for Cambridge University Press and Scholastic.
Interested in art? Then you have to check out this exhibition as it dives into artist Abeer Al-Tamimi’s interest in human interaction and behaviour. During her residency at Cité International des Arts in Paris, the artist wanted to interact with as many people as possible to answer questions such as why we behave the way we do. And can we control our behaviours and emotions?
Abeer’s interest lies within experimental art and film, mainly with the use of paints in conveying messages in her films. Recently, she has been experimenting with collages and moving images. Her mission is to experiment with moving images to create art installations and sculptures. Will you be going?
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