A list of year-round creative events for citizens and visitors is planned alike.
A new high council celebrating art, composition and culture has been introduced in Sharjah – and the emirate is inviting those with good skills to test their ingenuity in it.
Developer Arada introduced Naseej District in the heart of New Sharjah as a “progressive community” to further strengthen the artistic and cultural environment of the emirate.
The region is part of the Dh24 billion megaproject, Aljada, and derives its name from an Arabic word meaning ‘cloth’, which reflects the engineer’s desire to combine various skills, talents and backgrounds and transform the region into a community of creative society in Sharjah.
A series of year-round creative events – including annual design week and monthly gathering of children – and indoor and outdoor art programs are designed to encourage residents and visitors alike to work together and learn.
“We are working to nurture a prosperous society that will instill some of the best talent in the region, and also be a place where those who want to do real cultural work,” said Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Chairman of Arada.
The event coincides with the launch of Tiraz, the first residential building to be sold in the region. With studios, one-room apartments overlooking open spaces and garden spaces, residents will be able to enjoy the benefits of being the first residents of the region at Sharjah’s brand new address.