Ithra offers a bouquet of programs for Ramadan
King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture presents exciting experiences, including Ramadan Chapters and Ramadan Nights.
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) will celebrate the Holy month of Ramadan by presenting a wide selection of cultural events aimed at promoting national traditional values and heritage, as well as discovering timeless skills and crafts through education, hands-on making and innovation within a creative and stimulating environment.
The program features cultural and interactive activities, in addition to various workshops, a collection of cognitive games targeted at various age groups, Ramadan Chapters, and art tours, all which reflect Ithra’s mission to inspire passion, creativity, and communication across cultures.
Ithra presents an exciting journey that takes visitors on a number of Ramadan Chapters featuring artworks that are inspired by the Holy month of Ramadan, allowing them to explore 12 prominent art pieces that were integrated into the architectural design of the building. The tour gives them insight into some of the “secrets of the Center.”
Also, Ithra will present a series of cultural meetings through the “Ithra Cultural Majlis” and the “Pockets of Light” program by Mohammed Al-Saawi, the Ithra Mosque imam.
Furthermore, Ithra’s program will inspire its young visitors by offering innovative programs that will be presented within an educational framework exploring the history of Arabic calligraphy, as well as narrating Garga’an stories coupled with various interactive programs, watching the art of the marbling process, learning Arabic calligraphy, and learning design using Arabic letters hanging from tree branches in different sizes that inspire visitors and build their skills.
A Night at Ithra
Visitors can enjoy fine dining restaurants that cater for all tastes or head to Ithra’s Ramadan Nights bazaar to enjoy Ramadan evening shopping at a variety of stalls during Ramadan operational hours, which will extend from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Ithra’s purpose is to spread culture among Saudi and Arab youth by offering a collection of programs that promote culture and are in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 of diversifying the economy, launching dynamic new sectors, and fostering human potential to help the new generation build the future of the Kingdom.
The Center is a creative platform where talents from different age groups converge to learn, experiment, and exchange ideas.
Caption: Among the many offerings of programs during the Holy Month of Ramadan are one on learning Arabic calligraphy and another on its history. These are just a small sample of the many activities featured at the Center. For more info, visit https://www.ithra.com/en/news/ramadan-programs.