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While Iraq is increasingly coming under siege, dozens of galleries have sprouted up in Baghdad. Iraqi painting and sculpture have become a thriving, if clandestine, export industry, filling museums and private collections throughout the Mideast and even Europe.
A multi-million dollar museum, which will house the globally renowned Spira Collection of some of the rarest photographic equipment such as cameras and accessories as well as antique pictures, will be built in Doha shortly.
A painting exhibition opening today at Dar Al Anda Gallery in Lweibdeh is working to raise funds to help both refugees and Iraqi artists in Jordan.
As part of celebrations of Human Rights Day, the UNESCO Amman office opened the 'Expressions — Paintings as Therapy' exhibition with works created by students with low vision.
A special booklet, 'Omani Children Draw Their Rights', has been jointly published by the Ministry of Social Development, the Omani Society for Fine Arts and the Unicef.
The Emirates Cultural Foundation has announced that it has begun preparations for the second Emirates Film Competition, scheduled to take place in March 2003.