His Majesty Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi, member of the Supreme Council and Governor of Sharjah, opened the new extension of the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at the University of Sharjah.
His Majesty also opened the Graduation 14 Graduation College for the 2018-2019 college, which took place in the new building of the College and included 104 graduation projects, were divided into: 12 student projects at the Department of Fashion design and textiles, 12 student projects at the Department of Fine Arts and 23 projects for students from the Department of Design Graphic and Multimedia, and 57 projects for the Ministry of Interior Architecture and Design.
Upon his arrival, after cutting the traditional tape to mark the opening of the new building and the 14th Graduation Exhibition, His Majesty, the Governor visited the four galleries and galleries of the exhibition, fine arts, fashion and textiles, interior architecture, design, graphic design and multimedia. Graduates, who are the product of their efforts and acquire theoretical and practical knowledge during their studies, listened to the explanation of students and professors for diploma projects and their implications.
His Majesty The ruler of Sharjah also reviewed the various facilities in the new building of the College as part of its expansion. The building includes halls and facilities dedicated to further development and modernization in accordance with the highest international standards at the faculties of fine arts and its various accessories in accordance with the students' study and their educational needs. Offered from college.
N.E. Sheikh Mohammed began her tour by visiting students from the architecture and interior design program. Students present a range of innovative works of art and architectural design, which included advanced visions and visions for many facilities in and out of the country, taking into account the environment, needs and use in the community.
Then he moved to see the work of the fine arts program, and his majesty followed numerous works of the students in which models of classical painting, canvas print, painting of olive oil and the like, which are characterized by creative and contemporary ideas using a variety of means of creating overlapping artwork. Work and ideas of new students.
During his tour, His Majesty, Shariah Governor visited the Fashion and Textile Design exhibition where students presented many innovative models of different types of fabrics and their various innovations for seasons, ages and different categories of society.
N.E. Sheikh Mohammed completed her tour with a visit to the Graphic Design and Multimedia Package, where students presented various ideas for design and media software that were characterized by innovation and inspiration from the local environment to reflect the many experiences students gained during their studies to provide various promotional, informative and marketing ideas.
His Majesty The Governor of Sharjah received a commemorative gift from the students who participated in the exhibition presented by students Fatma Al Mekhrazi and Shama Al-Qaibi, a technical figure under the title "Sharjah, the origin of splendor" of the main architectural buildings in Sharjah. And design at the University of Sharjah.
The new building for expansion at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at the University of Sharjah has a number of basic facilities and is designed for an area of 3,696 square meters and is connected to the main building of the Barwaq School which is equipped as a permanent platform for exhibitions in college according to the highest level of equipment.
Building facilities include a new library hall that will add an area equal to 50% of the library's existing library space as the main accessory to the specialized library for a technical library.
The Enlargement Building includes 5 studios for students from the Graphic and Multimedia Design Program, a large lecture hall and a fully equipped theater designed to meet the various activities and activities of the College. The new building has two computer rooms, recreational facilities for teachers and students, as well as offices for management, meeting rooms, multimedia hall and horizon.