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3rd Sharjah International Biennial for Children’s Arts 2012
The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates Manila announces the conduct of the 3rd Sharjah International Biennial for Children’s Arts 2012 from November 25, 2012 to January 25, 2013.

The Sharjah Biennial will feature the intersection of multi-cultural creativity, particularly with a focus on children living between two (2) cultures and two (2) worlds to create diverse bridges, and colorful visuals. The event acknowledges an emerging importance for children with special needs who are also enriching all art forms.

The uniqueness of this edition comes from its aims to experimentation, with the organization of several workshops around the world supervised by several artists and art professors with great practical and technical expertise, in addition to other workshops to be held in Sharjah. Other workshops will be also held with an aim to help children to freely express their thoughts, their inquiries and imaginations, using a platform that will allow them to create what they want while discovering new media.

This activity is an open call to all institutions specializing in children’s art to share their creativity through the Biennial’s programs. This call is an inclusive invitation to all to encourage and nurture children of the 21st century through a range of art forms.

For more information, interested participants may contact:

Dr. Mohamed Albouelnaga
Artistic Director, Sharjah International Biennial for Children’s Arts 2012 
Telephone No.: +20122082398
Fax No.: +97 165065509
Website Addresses: www.twitter.com/sharjahbiennial | www.children-centers.ae/biennale
Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/sharjahbiennial

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