This video will introduce students to the history of Al Sadu, Al Ain Palace Museum, as well as the Emirati Majlis.
Learn silk painting techniques
Explore pen drawing and shading techniques
Make your own origami flowers
Learn simple clay techniques
Create your own dolls.
Create your own abstract portraits inspired by Cubism.
Bring your charcoal drawings to life through film and animation.
Conversation between the heritage Expert Abdulla Khalfan AlYamahi and Yaser AlNeyadi on the protocol of Emirati Majlis
A conversation with the Emirati heritage expert, Fatima Al Maghanni, interviewed by Amena Al Farsi from Qasr Al Muwaiji team.
Traditional games represent a shared heritage that entices core values needed to build qualities and inspire collectiveness.
By weaving sheep wool, goat hair or camel fur, Emirati artisans create distinctive designs rich in geometrical patterns that often reflect social identity and the surrounding environment.
Talli is a traditional form of decorative embroidery practised by Emirati women using cotton or silk threads on a loom called a ‘Kajooja’.
Marine artisans weave traditional fish nets, using simple tools and nylon threads to create nets of various sizes.
His Excellency Saeed Al Otaiba recalls Al Ain’s development into a flourishing city and describes the grand structure of Qasr Al Hosn during the rule of Sheikh Shakhbut bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
Fatima Al Rumaithi and Hadeya Al Rumaithi take us back to their childhood memories of the celebrations in and around Qasr Al Hosn and their stories of the community that once surrounded the fort.
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