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Ever had a problem with your mobile, computer, or any other electronic gadget? You’re probably wondering what kind of problem, right? I guess did your mobile phone ever fall right out of your hands and shatter its glass? Or did it ever jump into a large body of water or even a small one? Not to mention did you ever face technical issues that just left you baffled trying to solve them?
Well wonder no more because believe it or not, there is a brand new Doctor in town, you know one that takes care of our precious gadgets (not our bodies).
What’s different with
For more information, check them out on their social networks they’re quite interesting.
So I should’ve posted about this sooner, but was too swamped with work and all that jazz and so it is time to officially welcome my newest sponsors, who will be here for quite a while,
Currently they’ve got the
Most of you by now probably know that my father works for the coolest place,
The showing will be open to the public with free admission to everyone. The 90 minute film, from executive producers Michael Wolfe and Alex Kronemer, “takes audiences on an epic journey across nine countries and over 1,400 years of history. It explores themes such as word, space, ornament, color, and water and presents the stories behind many great masterworks of Islamic art and architecture.”
But in the words of my great awesome talented father Abdulkareem Al-Ghadban, who happens to be the DAI Director of Exhibitions and Educational Programmes “We are pleased to be hosting the first showing of ‘Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World’ outside North America, I know the original intention of the film was to share the beauty of Islamic art with people in the west; to give them a sense of our world well beyond the stereotypes. But the film is equally valuable for viewers in this region. Periodically we need reminding of our heritage and culture.” But wait he says more amazing stuff regarding the premiere and how “it is exciting to be screening the Middle East debut of ‘Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World.’ But it’s more exciting to be able to share such a beautiful production with friends of the DAI and with visitors, Monday night will be a very good night.”
So, what are you waiting for? Save the date on your calendars!
When: October 1st, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah’s (DAI) al-Maidan Cultural Centre (right next to Sha’ab Park)
What: Middle East Premiere of “Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World”
If you don’t know who Ali Al Ghanim & Sons are then you must have not seen any of the BMW’s, Mini Coopers, Range Rovers, McLaren, or Rolls Royce’s in any of their showrooms. So now that you know, there is a small competition in which the winner would win a trip to Germany to visit the BMW factory. All you would have to do is snap a shot of anything in the showroom and send it over to their Twitter account @AliAlghanimSons with a mention at the end of the tweet and they will later on upload it to Instagram and run a contest on it.
Four winners will win a ticket + stay + a tour inside BMW factory in Germany. The last day to participate is today by midnight.
So hurry up and participate.
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