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.
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.