Museums and exhibitions remain open: Qatar Museums

Qatar Musems (QM) has announced that its museums and exhibitions will remain open at full capacity.

Item number 17 on previously released Cabinet Precautionary Measures stated:
“Allow museums and public libraries to open at full capacity, provided that all visitors to these museums and public libraries have completed doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.” “

QM said that before visiting, a visitor must book tickets online and show their Gold Ehteraz and wear a mask.

Current exhibitions include Virgil Abloh: “Figues of Speech,” at Fire Station: Artist in Residence; Kader Attia: On Silence in Mathaf: Arab Museum of Art; Christian Dior Designer of Dreams at M7 in Musheireb; and Jeff Koons: Lost in America at Qatar Museums Gallery: Al Riwaq.

All exhibitions will run until March 31.

Also, American Muscle Cars in Qatar at the National Museum of Qatar, until February 15.

QM is also hosting an online story hour titled The Adventures of Fahad and Rawda with Aws on January 15th from 4pm to 6pm.

The story follows the escapades of two children and a hoopoe as they travel to different parts of the country. Through history, children will discover the cultural monuments and historical sites of Qatar.

And an online workshop on the Sparkling Handmade Headband by M7, which will take place every day of the week until March, from 9 a.m. to 9.45 a.m. and from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Create your own headband is inspired by the Christian Dior Designer of Dreams exhibition.

Participants in this workshop will make headbands inspired by the dresses presented in the exhibition. They will use different types of materials to create rare works of art.

Story time and workshop are free and registration is required on the QM website.

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