The King Abdul Aziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) will launch the third Tanween creativity season on Oct. 28. It's an all-encompassing four-day festival gathering like-minded individuals in the creative and innovative fields. Attendees will have access to a series of workshops and training courses, which creative fields can highly benefit from.
Ithra has selected experts from all around the world and across industries to share their powerful insight from their expertise. And for the fresh grads and newbies, the creativity season includes panels on career advice and various networking opportunities.
Tanween aims to prepare the next-gen Saudi creatives and innovators, push them to bolster creative economies, and foster youth engagement. According to Arab News, Tanween drew more than 64,000 visitors and 4,600 students from Saudi Arabia and beyond to engage with 53 international speakers and 36 talks.