An exhibition entitled ‘Hope enlightens life’ by the disabled young artist Dania Tareq was staged yesterday at the Cultural Village Foundation (Katara) amphitheatre.
The exhibition was opened in the presence of a number of ambassadors accredited to Qatar and mediapersons.
The exhibition, the second by this artist, aims to support her talent and empower others with disabilities to enter and compete in this field in keeping with Katara’s vision to contribute in empowering all sectors to show their abilities.
Katara General Manager, Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim al-Sulaiti, said that Katara opens doors for all talents, and this exhibition reflects Katara’s vision of supporting artists of all categories.
Dania (25) who overcame her birth challenges displayed around 43 artworks at the exhibition that showcased the beauty of nature and many colourful flowers that focus on the main aspect “Hope” which she learned through practising and assistance by her trainers.
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