Kuwaiti Sadu Society Holds Live Show And Exhibition (The Number) At UNESCO

(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) By Mohammad Al-Otaibi
PARIS, June 12 (KUNA) -- The Kuwaiti Sadu Society held a live show on Wednesday at the headquarters of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and an exhibition (The Number) of the distinctive artworks completed by students as part of an innovative educational program.
The Head of the Sadu Society, Sheikha Bibi Duaij Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, told KUNA that this educational initiative led by the Society emphasizes the importance of preserving traditional hand weaving skills along with the values rooted in precision and dedication as essential elements of cultural heritage and identity.
She added that this program was designed "specifically for Ministry of Education schools," explaining that it features a curriculum prepared "meticulously" by the Sadu Society team.
She said that the initiative included specialized training workshops for the Department of Art Education, where teachers were trained on skills related to Sadu weaving in its historical and cultural context.
In a similar statement to KUNA, the Permanent Representative of the State of Kuwait to UNESCO, Dr. Adam Al-Mulla, expressed his happiness at the participation of the Sadu Society and the Ministry of Education in this event, stressing that such participations reflect the extent of Kuwait's keenness to move forward in enhancing effective cooperation with the sectors of education, culture, social sciences and humanities.
Al-Mulla stressed the importance of encouraging young people to work handcrafts, innovation and perseverance in highlighting the Kuwaiti cultural heritage so that it is known locally, regionally and globally.
Along with Sheikha Bibi Duaij Al-Sabah, Many Kuwaiti officials participated, a member of the Kuwaiti Sadu Society, the general coordinator of the (Training the Trainer in Textile Art) program, Hanan Al-Kazemi, the technical supervisor for artistic education in the Ministry of Education, Umaima Malallah, and the technical advisor for artistic education in the Ministry of Education, Hamad Al-Hamad.
The exhibition includes a live display of the traditional art of weaving, in addition to distinctive artistic works performed by eighth grade students through the joint program that was included in their curriculum. (end)


Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)

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