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Tag Archives: Art

in the grip of death … the art of life

In a new book, “Precious Indian Weapons: And Other Princely Accoutrements” on the collection of 200 masterpieces in the Al-Sabah collection, Senior Curator and Collection Manager Salam Kaoukji sheds light on the legendary wealth and opulence of the Indian courts and to their tradition for fine and artistic craftsmanship during …

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‘We hide more, show less’ – Art binds Kuwaitis

I received a CD of songs enclosed in an elegant envelope, a gift from the Al Rai Media Group, with the following wonderful text: “The music was and is the companion of the Kuwaitis during their sea voyages and travels; when they sat together after a hard day’s work. They …

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Marketing – Art process technique

  The process, the art, the technique of creating, promoting and selling a matter of substance is the desired definition of marketing by those passionate about the practice. The term “Marketing”, due to the vast world of business, has formed numerous definitions, but boiling it down to its foundation, it …

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Shangri-La labour of love – Doris Duke bridging cultures

  The story goes thus. In 1935,  Doris Duke, a beautiful, young American heiress on the final stop  of her lengthy first honeymoon with a dashing aspiring politician arrived on the then US territory of Hawaii. She promptly fell in love with Hawaii’s soporific natural beauty. During her long stay …

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Art vital part of child’s education – Creativity among top five applied skills sought by companies

‘The professional world is an incredibly competitive place and there is an ever growing community of brilliantly qualified graduates so it is important to become a more interesting adult who is versatile and engaging. Creativity is among the top five applied skills sought by business leaders and companies such as …

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