Saudi Arabia’s government is training kindergarten teachers for music instruction, marking a significant change in an education system that didn’t formerly include music. This shift, combined with a growing music scene, poses the question: Has this cultural shift affected Saudis’ music tastes, causing divergence from other cultures?
Saudi Arabia’s presence at this year’s Cannes Festival has been remarkable, with well-known actresses and influencers from the Kingdom gracing the red carpet. This is a significant step signalling expansion of the country’s involvement in the industry, including film production.
Did you know that Saudi Arabia’s film industry is on a mission to become a major player in the Vision 2030 plan? It’s fascinating, considering the industry was banned for 35 years until its revival in 2018. And, if that’s not enough, over 26% of its workforce is now female. Explore this post to learn more about the exciting transformation of Saudi Arabia’s film industry and its path to success.
This article is about and on the heroic Arab women in ancient Arabia. Many of their stories remain unknown or forgotten with little information available on their life journeys for power and wisdom. The article is written by Saudi historian and author Dr. Hatoon...
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Read how Saudi Arabia is expanding its view on the world of art.
At this year’s Arab Media Forum I met Muteib Alhadeif, the photographer. At the age of 6, he got the title “Youngest Photographer in the Middle East”.
He famously started after he met with Prince Muteib bin Abdullah at a horse riding event who admired this talent and gave him camera equipment as a gift. Today, he is 10 years old and dreams to pursue a career as a cameraman and a photographer.