Abu Dhabi Poetry Festival to Celebrate Arab Poetry with Over 1,000 Poets and Intellectuals
Festival Aims to Promote Cultural Heritage and Nabati Poetry
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Abu Dhabi Poetry Festival will take place from October 12th to 15th at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The event aims to promote the sustainability of cultural heritage and strengthen the prominence of Nabati and classical Arabic poetry. Over 1,000 poets and intellectuals from around the world will attend.
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi: A Nurturing Environment for Poetry
Abu Dhabi is known for its support of literary arts, contributing to the cultivation of literary creativity, fostering intellectual awareness in the Arab world, and preserving the poetic, literary, and cultural heritage of the UAE and Arabic-speaking countries. The Abu Dhabi Poetry Festival seeks to broaden the audience base for poetic and cultural creativity, highlight arts and literature, and provide a platform for new creative poetic talents.
Abu Dhabi Poetry Conference and Pavilions
The Abu Dhabi Poetry Conference will run from October 12th to 14th, with sessions focusing on critical and academic studies of Arabic poetry, as well as emerging poetic talents and performances. The festival will feature a pavilion for Emirati poetry, “The Poetic Trail” platform showcasing the evolution of Arab poetry throughout history, and a pavilion for children. There will also be book signings and cultural seminars.
The Abu Dhabi Poetry Festival, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, aims to celebrate Arab poetry and promote cultural heritage. Over 1,000 poets and intellectuals from around the world will attend. The festival will feature a conference, pavilions for Emirati poetry and children, book signings, and cultural seminars. Abu Dhabi is known for its support of literary arts, fostering creativity and intellectual awareness in the Arab world.