His Highness Sheikh Dr. Saeed Bin Tahnun Al Nahyan visited the “Al Ain Book Festival 2022” in its thirteenth edition, which will run until November 20 and is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Tahnun Bin Mohammed Al Nahyan, Representative of the Ruler. Al-Ain region.
His Excellency pointed out that the festival has seen evolutions and differences from one version to another, which has been strengthening its presence in the annual cultural agenda, enhancing the level of organization of this edition and the monitoring of the cultural program and events that develop on this. Highlighting that the city of Al Ain is one of the most important beacons of the country’s culture, originality and heritage, including its authentic content, history and heritage and cultural monuments. The festival includes a variety of cultural and interactive activities that highlight the country’s cultural heritage and encourage creativity and innovation.
Its many activities take place in emblematic places of the city of Al Ain and include musical and theatrical shows, puppet shows, various contests and meetings with talented children, autograph sessions and various activities for the whole family. Activities and projects that bring together. Learning and having fun.
It also includes a series of daily poetry evenings held at 6 am at the Qasr Al Muwaiji venue and takes Al Ain Book Festival guests on a historical and artistic journey to appreciate poetic aesthetics. A heritage that abounds in the city of Al Ain.
The festival, organized under the motto “Your eyes are bigger than the house”, will host more than 130 exhibitions and include more than 40 cultural workshops and 200 activities. “, “Zayed Central Library”, “Qasr”. Al Muwaiji, Mohammed Bin Khalifa House and Emirates University. Al Ain malls will also host a ‘Bookshop’ activity during the festival days at each mall, Al Jimi Mall and Bawadi Mall in an innovative program that includes reading, music, cinema and sports activities for all visitors from all ages and interests.
Source: Al Ittihad