Qatar Museums, the Volkswagen Group, the German Embassy and the Goethe-Institute are organizing a series of innovative and inspiring workshops by experts from different fields of design.
These events are part of the ongoing efforts of the Qatar Museums to present the cultural events of Qatar German 2017 to citizens and residents of the country of all ages, as well as being part of the exhibition activates/ German Design-the title of creativity / which was opened in "Al rawaqGallery" in October, with the participation of experts in the field of design and the automotive industry to combine theoretical science and practical application.
Khalid Ibrahim, Executive Director of Strategic Planning at Qatar Museums, said: "The interaction with the / German Design-the title of creativity / has been phenomenal and demonstrates the local interest in innovative design and impact of the biggest names in the industry, both in past and present. To host these experts from the design sector in Qatar to share their experiences with the local community. Qatar Museums are committed to inspiring and stimulating the growth of talent and innovation in the State of Qatar and supporting young people in launching their full potential.
The exhibition / design of the German - the title of creativity / is held in cooperation between the museums of Qatar and the Volkswagen Group and the Goethe-Institute in the Gulf region and the German Embassy in Doha and the Qatari Embassy in Germany, as part of the program of cultural years.
The exhibition, which is held at the "Al rawaq Gallery " in Qatar Museums from October 3, 2017 to January 14, 2018, combines for the first time various design disciplines including architecture, graphic design, product design, automotive design, fashion and furniture design.
The exhibition offers to the visitors a range of insights into both the artistic values of developments in design and their cultural significance by presenting the design and business concepts created in Germany or developed by German designers since 1945.