The Omani hit song “Amatiyah” is promoting Omani culture and heritage to a global audience.
Documenting the voice and lyrical heritage of Saudi women, the Sawtasura crowdsourcing platform opens new windows for historians.
For Saudi poet Hatem Alzahrani, overcoming dualities is essential when understanding his own work and that of other Arabs.
Founded by an Emirati cultural educator, The Knot reimagines how international visitors and local residents alike can learn about the UAE’s history and traditions.
Oman is participating in the International Biennale of Arts in Venice with a multimedia group show highlighting the country’s conceptual art scene.
Mohammed Saadon Al Kuwari explains how a simple racket sport became a local favorite across Gulf countries.
Emirati poet, writer, and artist Shamma Al Bastaki combines her interests in art making and literature to promote UAE-based authors.
A Yemeni filmmaker takes an experimental approach to capturing emotion during the ongoing conflict in Yemen.
A Bahraini artist and toymaker transforms his nostalgia-driven artistic practice into NFT art during the pandemic.
Through its careful examination of the forces shaping the evolution of Gulf societies and the new generation of emerging leaders, AGSIW facilitates a richer understanding of the role the countries in this key geostrategic region can be expected to play in the 21st century.Learn More