Thursday, September 16, 2021 – 7:56 PM
Sharjah, September 16 / WAM / The House of Wisdom is organizing, in conjunction with the “A View on the Soul” exhibition, which celebrates the creative journey of the poet, writer and artist Gibran Khalil Gibran. On the 25th of this month, the door will be held for talented people to learn about their skills in acting and theatrical performance, based on the creative works of one of the world’s personalities in the twentieth century.
The Writing Arts workshop is inspired by the letters Gibran sent to May Ziada and the path of the emotional relationship that was established between them through these letters, which were issued under the title “The Blue Flame.” It provides an opportunity to explore the literature of letters and analyze its characteristics and characteristics. The book embodies the aesthetics of Gibran’s writing, his eloquence, and his style. To be an inspiration that motivates them to write letters.
The workshop will be held in Arabic, and those wishing to participate can register via the following link: https://discovershurooq.ae/p/Khalil-Gibran-and-May-Ziadeh-Letters The Prophet” for performing it on stage in front of the audience, which helps them refine their talents in theatrical performance arts.
The workshop is held in English and those wishing to participate in it can register via the following link: https://discovershurooq.ae/p/The-Prophet-Performance-Workshop The exhibition “A View on the Soul: Gibran Khalil Gibran” is witnessing a remarkable public turnout, as it celebrates the life of the writer and writer And the artist Gibran Khalil Gibran and his great artistic contributions by displaying 34 original artworks until January 6, 2022.
The exhibition includes 15 artistic paintings displayed for the first time, in addition to paintings in oil, gouache, watercolor, and charcoal sketches, in addition to some of the artist’s personal belongings, which include four manuscript notebooks, a watercolor set with the easel, as well as some drafts of Gibran’s works, most notably the book “The Prophet”.
Wam / Batoul Kashwani / Zakaria Mohieldin