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The National Gallery established the “Hiwar Art Club” held every Saturday; it organizes lectures, seminars and various film screenings, supervised by artist Khaldoun Hijazin. The National Gallery also organizes art workshops, poetry reading, storytelling and musical events in cooperation with various artists, writers and cultural institutions.

The Publications of the Royal Society of Fine Arts include books in different branches of classical and modern Islamic and Arab art, in addition to a number of important catalogs.

The National Gallery has an electronic data base archive on contemporary artists from the Arab, Islamic and Developing worlds.

Factory platform is one of the aspiring projects launched by the Jordan National Gallery in 2018. It is designed to give opportunities to youth to develop didactic strategies with the social network by fully promoting collaborative and participatory processes and projects in various fields of visual arts, music, theatre, literature, contemporary dance and performing arts through international open calls as well as invitations directed to certain projects across Factory’s: emerging art projects, art residencies, curatorial projects, and public art projects.

The National Gallery continues to hold and host art exhibitions, and promising projects that meet the needs of the local community and communicate with various people and countries through joint artistic cooperation. The Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts is considered as an ambassador to art in Jordan by strengthening ties in the artistic and cultural fields through its continuous artistic journey.