Qatar Mu­se­ums held its sec­ond Teach­ers Coun­cil fo­rum at the Mu­seum of Is­lamic Art, part of the or­gan­i­sa­tion's com­mit­ment to en­rich peo­ple's lives by ed­u­cat­ing them on the value of art, her­itage and cre­ativ­ity.

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Held un­der the pa­tron­age of HE Sheikha Al Mayassa, this month's event brought to­gether more than 150 teach­ers from in­de­pen­dent schools across Qatar. “At Qatar Mu­se­ums, we seek to align our ar­ray of ed­u­ca­tional of­fer­ings and learn­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties with teach­ers' in­ter­ests and the school cur­ricu­lum, to suc­cess­fully en­rich lives, broaden hori­zons and stim­u­late the cre­ativ­ity within the com­mu­nity. We look for­ward to con­tin­u­ing to work closely with teach­ers next year as we look to fur­ther de­velop and im­prove our pro­grammes, to en­rich peo­ple's lives and ed­u­cate them on the value of art, her­itage and cre­ativ­ity,” she said. Other speak­ers in­cluded Man­soor bin Ebrahim Al Mah­moud, Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer and Spe­cial Ad­vi­sor to HE the Chair­per­son at Qatar Mu­se­ums; Salem Ab­dulla Al Aswad, Deputy Di­rec­tor of Learn­ing & Out­reach at Mu­seum of Is­lamic Art; and Fa­tima Al Ru­maihi, Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer of the Doha Film In­sti­tute.

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