His Royal Highness Prince Faisal Bin Bandar, Governor of Riyadh region, Chairman of the Tourist Development Council in region, yesterday evening visited the pavilion of "Saudi National Handicraft Program" (Bari) which is participating in the 3rd exhibition of "Our heritage ... Our Love", which is being held in the mud houses of King Abdul Aziz Historical Center in Riyadh.
Upon arrival HRH was greeted by Mr. Abdulrahman Jassas Executive Director of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques program of Cultural Heritage.
HRH Prince Faisal Bin Bandar was briefed on a number of products that were introduced for hotels and made by Saudi artisans through the development of their products by Turquoise Mountain Foundation.
Governor of Riyadh region thanked the officials of the pavilion and artisans who have made distinctive offerings, pointing out that these actions are beneficial to the nation as they are focused on the arts and heritage to showcase the nation in the right perspective, which is the requirements of this beloved country.
HRH Princess Adwa bint Abdulaziz Chairperson of Pure Art Foundation, the organizer of the exhibition said, “We have participated in this exhibition with a focus on the development of art and ideas to serve our heritage admirably among the recipients and visitors to the exhibition."
Ms. Nahla Hamid supervising the participation of the Saudi national program said, "in participation this year, we are keen to confirm the success of our experience in SCTH to direct the artisan products to be basic raw materials in the furnishing and equipping of hotels and offering these products as mementos is publicizing them."
"We are also collaborated now with the Princess Noura University to develop the work of graduates in field of textile craft,” Ms. Nahla pointed out.