Tomorrow’s generations explore the past in the corridors of the Al Shindagha Museum

The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) launched its summer camp for this year, organized under the slogan “Little Explorers”, promising the participants of tomorrow’s generations a journey full of fun, learning, creativity and adventures from the past among the corridors of the Al Shindagha Museum in Dubai, in two weeks in July.

Dubai Culture has created an entertaining and cultural atmosphere that enhances the knowledge of young people between the ages of eight and 12 and promotes their creative skills to be future builders through a variety of specialized and innovative workshops, in addition to inspiring sessions and workshops divided into two camps: the first from July 18 to 22 next And the second from the 25 to the 29 of the same month.

Abdullah Al-Obaidly, acting director of the Al Shindagha Museum, said: “Our young people today are the builders of tomorrow. Therefore, it is our duty to nurture their spirit, foster their creativity and prepare them to create the bright future that our country aspires to over the next 50 years, and this is what we always strive for with the summer activities we offer to young people every year, in line with our strategy to support talent and inspire the younger generations to creativity and innovation.” †

He added: “The camps are part of our responsibility to promote the culture and knowledge of tomorrow’s generations in various fields, as well as an opportunity to discover and work on their talents to refine and develop them, as well as to promote and nurture a generation closely associated with the authentic Emirati heritage through these camps in heritage and historical sites such as the Shindagha Museum, which gives them a sense of the Emirati’s history, culture and crafts.

It is noteworthy that “Dubai Culture” is committed to advancing the cultural and creative environment in the emirate and consolidating its position in the global cultural arena, as well as integrating cultural content into educational curricula in innovative ways, contributing to ​​building young generations who are proud of their national heritage and proud of their culture.


Various innovative workshops prepared by the government to enrich the knowledge of young people from 8 to 12 years old and to increase their creative skills.

Abdullah Al Obaidly:

“The camps in historic sites seek to promote and nurture a generation closely related to the authentic Emirati heritage.”

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