Saudi Arabia Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai unveiled the first activities of its weekly “16 Windows” cultural program with a discussion session on the fields of literature, publishing and translation.
The session, entitled “Books and Publishing in Saudi Arabia,” illuminated the Kingdom’s expertise in the printing industry.
Hosted by the co-founder of Arwa Publishing House, Arwa Khomayyis, author and co-founder of Tashkeel Publishing House, Mujib Al-Shamri, and the founder and general manager of Al-Athar Publishing House, Abdullah Fahd Al-Ghubein . . Tariq Khawaji, cultural consultant and senior director of the Ithra library, hosted the session.
Participants highlight the realities of the Kingdom’s printing and printing industries, which have been able to make significant progress over the past few years. They stressed that the need to provide exposure to Saudi art and the richness of content in the Saudi region was one of the main reasons that inspired them to establish its own publishing houses. The session also discussed the role of book covers and their impact on the procurement process.
On the side of the “16 Windows,” the Imperial Forum was held, at Palm Garden, a news conference, attended by a large number of children, including some of Communism’s activities, while attendees were given the opportunity to write their own books. and your news.
The event was aimed at teaching children how to write to express their feelings, ideas and opinions, so that they could create stories worth reading and others could learn from them.
The launch of the “16 Windows” cultural program aims to support and promote the Saudi Arabian cultural sector, which reflects the true essence of the State by uniting the best Saudi minds in the various fields of intellectual, cultural and artistic arts.
The activities were designed to be held over a period of 16 weeks, and will include unique cultural experiences that take visitors on a journey of communication and communication, in line with the strategic steps of the 2030 State Vision to build a vibrant, ambitious society and a thriving economy.