Fujairah launches Arabic Poetry House under the directive of HH Sheikh Mohammed Al Sharqi
Today, under the directive of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi, Crown Prince of Fujairah, the Arabic Poetry House (Darat Al-Shi’r Al-Arabi) was launched in the Emirate of Fujairah as an exceptional and groundbreaking project.
The inauguration of the Arabic Poetry House is a significant step towards advancing the cultural sector and strengthening its roots in the Emirate of Fujairah. It aligns with the ambitious vision of the United Arab Emirates to excel in the realm of culture and creative industries, encompassing diverse literary and artistic forms that enhance its global competitiveness.
The primary goal of the Arabic Poetry House is to revive and elevate the prominence of Arabic poetry, emphasizing its cultural and human significance in the history of the Arabian Peninsula. It serves as a platform to honor the genuine Arab values that are beautifully captured in Arabic literature, with a special focus on poetry, which has been cherished and transmitted across generations. Additionally, the project aims to strengthen the profound link between poetry and the shaping of the Arab individual’s character and life journey. Moreover, it seeks to meticulously trace the various stages of literary history, exploring their social implications and evolutionary transformations over time.
The inauguration of the Arabic Poetry House in Fujairah marks a momentous cultural milestone, dedicated to honoring and celebrating Arabic poetry and its timeless themes. It will serve as a cherished repository of the poetic heritage in the United Arab Emirates, safeguarding its distinctive styles, forms, and expressive techniques. The House will actively promote and showcase this rich legacy within the local society, while also introducing it to the world at large. With its unique mission, the project is set to make a lasting and remarkable contribution to the cultural landscape.
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