On Sunday 3 December 2017, the Deanship of Student Affairs organised with the collaboration of the College of Arts and Science its 6th educational exhibition under the patronage of Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al-Khalifa, the Governor of Capital Governorate.
A large number of students, staff and VIP guests attended this successful event, including the delegations from of the Egypt Embassy.
Everyone who attended this event was very much impressed by the creative, innovative and detailed work performed by our students.
Dr Rawya who organised this event, explained that the main goal of this exhibition is the use of modern learning models that encourage students to learn and develop their thinking skills by working in teams on various projects. The theme of the exhibition is coexistence amongst various cultures, religious and ethnic backgrounds.
There were 14 cultures representing various countries including; Gulf Cooperation Council, The United kingdom, Turkey, France, Spain, Jordan, Egypt, Italy, India, Germany, China, North Africa, Russia and the USA. Students exhibited various famous people, traditions, costumes, landmarks, foods and drinks, currency, and many more related material.
In addition, 4 shows from the Gulf Cooperation Council was presented in Abdulla Nass Hall showing the influence of culture on art and traditions.