The exhibition will run for three months in Rome, which is the exhibition’s 17th station.
According to a report from the Saudi Press Agency, Ad Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) held its very first career and training fair last Wednesday.
The fair was held at the Diriyah Municipality on Monday and concluded on Wednesday, as a part of the 2030 Vision plan of the Kingdom; that aims at generating various job opportunities. And the way to do so, is by developing the skills of Saudis for future employment opportunities.
Jerry Inzerillo, CEO of DGDA said that the fair aligns with the authority’s plan and commitment to developing the local community, in addition to providing the youth of the area with jobs.
He also added that a number of ambitious young people, including women, were welcomed to the fair, and that they have submitted their resumes for future job, training or volunteering opportunities.
He finally said that DGDA seeks to expand its recruitment to include experts from different fields in their internship programs.
The DGDA was established in 2017, in the hope of transforming Ad Diriyah area into a top touristic attraction, and thus celebrating its history and preserving it as well.
Saudi Exhibition in Rome Gets Praised For Showcasing the Kingdom’s Heritage
The “Roads of Arabia: Masterpieces of Antiquities in Saudi Arabia Across the Ages” exhibition which is currently held in Rome and organized by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage, has witnessed great praise from visitors of the museum and the director of the National Roman Museum, Alessandra Capodiferro.
The director of the museum expressed pride in her museum hosting such an important international Saudi exhibition that offers an insight on the the civil heritage of the Kingdom and the Arabian Peninsula for more than five million visitors.
The exhibition was inaugurated last November on the 26th by Saudi Culture Minister Prince Badr bin Abdullah, and so far it has been hosted by several other prominent international museums.
Capodiferro also expressed pride in the international reputation achieved by the exhibition, which features several artifacts of great significance, including hunting gear, weapons, jewelry, utensils made from precious metals, glass, alabaster, ceramics, sculptures and wall paintings — all of which are an expression of local production, trade exchange and cultural contact.
The exhibition highlights the civilizations of the Arabian Peninsula in addition to giving examples of the cultural interaction between the Roman and Arab civilizations.
The Region’s Largest Music Festival MDL is Coming to Riyadh
Riyadh Season keeps on getting more lit and to make things even hotter, the MDL electronic music festival is coming to Riyadh for its first edition ever with a number of the world’s very best EDM superstars and DJs including David Guetta, Tiesto, Afrojack, Martin Garrix, Black Coffee, and Steve Aoki.
The region’s largest music cultural festival will take place on December 19th and until the 21st and it will witness 18 global superstar headliners, 28 international dance acts and 24 local and regional performers.
The stars include global EDM and DJ stars, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki and R3hab, alongside the biggest homegrown Saudi artists, including the country’s first female EDM DJ, Cosmicat, and the Saudi DJ duo, Dish Dash.
Saudi DJ, Ahmad Alammary, member of the festival team, said, “MDL Beast is more than just a festival. Empowered by innovation and technology in live entertainment, MDL Beast is also a platform with multiple objectives including ongoing seasonal local and global events, online and radio channels, recording studios, and a non-profit foundation promoting music education and therapy. We’re confident MDL Beast will be like nothing seen before and we cannot wait to experience this transformative musical milestone.”
Riyadh’s Upcoming Concerts That You Can’t Afford to Miss
It doesn’t matter what type of music you listen to or which artist is your favorite because either way, this season of Riyadh will surely satisfy your taste by bringing your favorite artist.
The concert game is still going strong with more artists making their first debut appearance in the Kingdom, or others returning to perform once again on their favorite land as a host.
Now, here are some of the upcoming concerts you need to mark your calendars for!
El Hadaba Amr Diab
El Hadaba returns for another lit night on December 14th at Abu Bakur Salem Stage, tickets will be available starting tonight so make sure to be the first to reserve!
The Chainsmokers & Hamaki Night
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All international superstars will perform on December 15th, you can now book your ticket through this link.
Saad Lamjarred, Miryam Fares and Miami Band
Moroccan pop-star Saad Lamjarred finally returns to stage, joined by the Lebanese star Myriam fares and Miami Band, the concert will be held at Mohammed Abdu’s stage in Riyadh Boulevard, and it is set to take place on the 18th of December.
You can book your tickets through this link.
Assala Nasri, Majed El Mohandes and Waleed El Gilani
On Friday the 13th of December, you can get to enjoy an oriental night with these Arab superstars. Click on this link to purchase your ticket.
David Guetta, Tiesto and More stars!
MDL Beast is the region’s largest music and cultural festival happening in Riyadh, from December 19-21, and it has announced a great lineup of musicians with 18 global superstar headliners, 28 international dance acts and 24 local and regional performers, including global EDM and DJ stars, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki and R3hab.
Check their Instagram page now for more information.