Qatar Museums has announced its plan to renovate the building of the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA), in a project conducted in cooperation with the Social and Sport Contribution Fund “Daam”.
The project will be implemented by the Public Works Authority (Ashghal). The three parties have signed an agreement for this purpose.
The renovation work, to be launched soon, includes the galleries and interior spaces of the MIA building, which consists of two stories for permanent exhibition halls, two temporary exhibition halls, a private exhibition hall, a lecture hall, and a gift shop. Through this project, Qatar Museums is seeking to provide museum visitors with an exceptional experience.
On this occasion, Abdulrahman bin AbdulLatif Al-Mannai, Executive Director of the Social and Sport Contribution Fund, said: “We are pleased to announce the support of the Social and Sport Contribution Fund (Daam) for the renovation of the Museum of Islamic Art, one of the most important leading Islamic museums in the world that hosts wonderful and unique collections of Islamic art.