Doing the best with what you have is a principle that permeates across Syria, not least in the creative industry. Inspired by the dove and Syria's white gold, a new generation of Syrian artists are reclaiming their lost heritage, inspiring a nation.
Back to the Future is a temporary pop-up art project in the picturesque Fereej Al Najada neighbourhood in the heart of historic Doha, where World Cup goers and tourists will be able to soak up the arty atmosphere and chat with local artists.
Yusra & Sara Mardini's remarkable story of fortitude over adversity needs no introduction. The swimming Syrian sister's journey to the Olympics is now the stuff of folklore, with Sally El Hosaini's Netflix release a recognition for their achievements
The beloved Japanese anime footballing series Captain Tsubasa is back with a new season being aired by Netflix in the run-up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. First released in the eighties, the immortal show inspired many football legends today.
Falconry has ancient roots in Qatar and across the Gulf countries more broadly. In recent years the time-honoured tradition has seen a revival amongst the youth, who are keen to keep their ancestor's heritage alive.
Iran's feminist uprising shows no sign of stopping. Sparked by the murder of Mahsa Amini, Iranians both at home and abroad are using their voice to amplify the female voice. But this is nothing new, with cinema a crucial medium of Iranian feminism.
The PalArt collective reunites Palestinian artists around London. Supported by Amnesty International UK, last weekend it held a four-day festival at Rich Mix. We spoke with poets, playwrights and participants to find out the festival's importance.
Reopening in time for the surge of global interest, Doha's Museum of Islamic Art has undergone a dramatic transformation. Now kitted out with industry-leading technology and stunning collections, the museum is a jewel in Qatar's national crown.
Film Review: Premiered at this year's edition of the Cannes Film Festival, Youssef Chebbi's second film follows a series of dark, unexplained murders in Carthage. As the film unravels, we learn that the murders serve as a metaphor for revolution.