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Qatar- FBQ Museum launches second part of ‘Artists in the time of COVID-19’ exhibition

(MENAFN – The Peninsula) Following the success of the first part of ‘Artists in the Time of COVID-19 exhibition, Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum (FBQ Museum) unveils today the second of the threepart exhibition series at The White Majlis. Last April, FBQ Museum launched a big community project inviting artists in Qatar to submit artworks which convey their feelings during the COVID-19 pandemic in a creative and expressive way.

Throughout the past months FBQ Museum received an impressive variety of artworks by the country’s active creative community. The artworks are now being shown in a three-part exhibition, the first of which ran from September 4 to October 3. The White Majlis where art lovers and museum visitors can elevate their tour with an exceptional experience and inspiring pieces of art.

The second part of the exhibition starts today and runs until November 7, and the final exhibition will be on from November 13 onwards. All the three exhibitions feature a wide variety of artworks in different mediums including paintings, videos, prints, photographs, collage art and sculptures. There is also a space dedicated to young artists. Art enthusiasts can visit the exhibition during regular museum opening hours. Those interested to see the exhibition may visit the museum website: www.fbqmuseum. org for admission hours and fees


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