The Ministry of Culture organizes a workshop on the cultural industry and social transformation
DOHA: The Ministry of Culture on Sunday organized a seminar titled “Cultural Industry…Economy and Social Transformation” through which three themes were discussed, including engineering culture, cultural industries, cultural industries and their role in the economy.
In his speech, Director of Cultural Affairs and Events of Katara Khalid Abdul Rahim Al Sayed emphasized the concept of cultural industries and their association with business concepts in culture and the project management model. , including the financial aspect that ensures the sustainability of the projects.
Meanwhile, Director of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Academy, Dr. Abdul Rahim Al Hour, addressed the topic of cultural industries and their role in the economy, noting that alternative culture cannot replace the culture of origin, which is why it is essential to rely on the culture of origin since it is an integral part of the economy of the country and the central element in determining national income ratios.
Qatari journalist Abdulaziz Al Ishaq stressed the importance of thinking in the new phase of culture, indicating that preparation should be done by providing the human resources to ensure capacity building, citing examples from Qatar’s preparations at the start of the second millennium devoted to the management of skills to deepen the management of sporting events, emphasizing the importance of involving young people to ensure that cultural projects do not turn into projects of variable duration, including the importance of considering innovative culture as well as global experiences in this area.
The Director of the Department of Culture and Arts in the Ministry of Culture, Maryam Yassin Al Hammadi, said that the Ministry of Culture continues to offer a set of various seminars associated with culture, adding that cultural and innovative industries are extremely vital as an innovative and cultural economy is a critical phase of economy and sustainability that would achieve cultural diversity and community privacy, emphasizing that the ministry strives to offer topics related to culture that contribute to exploring talent in partnership with all entities.