Studio Nuqat is a series of workshops and events offered by Nuqat. We provide skills building and industry immersion opportunities for teams and individuals (including students, professionals and hobbyists). The objective of Studio Nuqat is to provide a creative outlet that in turn serves to develop the creative capacities, vocational skills and networks of its participants. Studio Nuqat serves as a form of alternative learning as well as a continuing education platform.
Nuqat Junior is a program that adopts STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) to teach kids, ages 6-11, the 4Cs (critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity). This is done through contextual and theme-based learning workshops such as gardening, cooking, book publishing, and much more.
Nuqat Conferences invite regional and international thought leaders to participate in a curated forum of talks, panel discussions, workshops and cultural events that are open to the public. Each conference is meant to explore a central idea providing everyone with the opportunity to participate, learn and move forward with an empowering perspective shift that can potentially lead to positive changes in the MENA region.
Nuqat Arts & Culture Program
Nuqat Arts & Culture Program is comprised of offerings that aim to enrich culture in the Middle East and North Africa. The program is comprised of selected performances, galleries, film screenings, installations, and talks within inclusive settings – all are invited to attend.
Nuqat Research is collecting consumer data and leaders’ opinions in the Middle East &North Africa through exploration sessions, surveys & cultural tourism programs. This work is beingdone with aims to analyze and compile data and feedback into a vision that can start dialogues and government initiatives that can create a more progressive future in the region free from oil dependency and stagnant thinking.
Check out our audience survey for 2016 on the Creative Economy in collaboration with the National Fund for SME Development and the World Bank (click here)