The Saudi Minister of Culture, Prince Yadur bin Farhan Al Saud, announced the launch of the Royal Institute of Traditional Arts, an apprenticeship program in the Sadu and mud building tracks in its original, traditional form.
He said through his official account on Twitter: “For a living identity, the Royal Institute of Traditional Arts launched the apprenticeship program in the Al Sadu paths built with mud in their original traditional form.”
The Royal Institute of Traditional Arts has been known to represent the culture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by telling the artistic history and stories of traditional artworks.
The institute also works to preserve the originality of these arts and encourage those interested in them to learn master, and develop them, in line with the Kingdom’s 2030 vision.
The traditional arts are an integral part of the culture of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is manifested in calligraphy, embroidery, textile art, jewelry making, and other arts. Visual arts form a vital part of the Saudi heritage.
The heritage of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is rich in various forms of traditional arts, such as traditional performing arts or other things such as dance and music of a distinct nature for the various regions of the Kingdom.
It is noteworthy that the Royal Institute of Traditional Arts offers many opportunities to join learn and immerse themselves in the traditional arts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through a series of diverse courses that suit all segments of society with their different interests. The Institute began launching its first package of training courses in the third quarter of 2021.