Years of Culture brings diverse experiences ahead of the World Cup
Doha: The Years of Culture initiative continues to celebrate its 10th anniversary and the remarkable cultures that make up the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia at Qatar-MENASA 2022 with new activities , festivals and chances to win prizes.
Enter for a chance to win a Qatar Creates One Pass with years of cultivation. Visit WeTransfer through October 10 to spot Years of Culture activities, where the initiative showcases some of its programs and the iconic Qatar museum institutions supporting them to mark 10 years of cross-cultural collaboration and friendship, and win a Gold One Pass.
Qatar Creates One Pass membership offers its members a variety of benefits such as restaurant discounts, free access to museums in Doha, special rates or free entry to the most popular events, and more.
All you have to do is follow @YearsOfCulture and @QatarCreates on Instagram; visit Culture Years x WeTransfer – www.WeTransfer.com; record the on-screen interface and post your story with the hashtag #QCOnePass and tag @YearsOfCulture and @QatarCreates.
Only the first five will receive a Gold One Pass which will unlock many other benefits and offers.
The public can also celebrate different cultures with the “Community Days Festival” at Flag Plaza.
Flag Plaza, located near the Islamic Art Museum Park, will serve as a community gathering space and venue for festivals, celebrations and other events for the people of Qatar.
The first of these events is already open and will be held until October 15. This is the “Community Days Festival”.
Many embassies participate in the Community Days Festival to celebrate the many cultures and people who call Qatar home.
Each embassy will present a different program of events, ranging from stage performances to exhibition panels with information about different countries.
The first day of the Community Days Festival opened with performances from Qatar, Tanzania and Djibouti.
These presentations were complemented by video presentations from Qatar, Nigeria, Hungary, Georgia, Ghana and Greece. Three different cultural shows will take place on stage at Flag Plaza from 4-9 p.m. daily until October 15.
On October 6, India, Ghana, Ecuador performed while on October 7 (yesterday) performances included Japan and Somalia. Today’s performances are from Lebanon, Greece, Malaysia and Libya.
October 9: Eritrea, Yemen. October 10: Cuba, Palestine, Nepal, Greece. October 11: Kenya, Algeria, Sri Lanka, Syria. October 12: Yemen, Iraq, Tunis, Turkey. October 13: UN, Egypt, France, Italy. October 14: Sudan, Ukraine, Indonesia, Philippines, Ecuador. October 15: Morocco, Palestine, Russia, Pakistan, Thailand.